Intrigue and Love

Friedrich Schiller
Premiere: 28 October 2011 | Duration: 2 hours 15 minutes | Without intermission | 16+

About

The First time Roman Viktyuk directed the Schiller’s tragedy was in 1969 in Kalinin Theatre for Young Audience. That performance was full of passion and sympathy for young characters fighting for their love. Intrigue and Love of 2011 is an absolutely different production: rough, ironic without any compromise, full of unresolved contradictions and tragic insights. The show is full of cultural parallels and contiguity with today’s real life. Roman Viktyuk brings together scandalous shamelessness and surprising modesty, cowardice and love, rottenness and forgiveness. The director makes the audience reflect about the absurdity of living without love. The life loses it’s  sense when it’s ultimate goal is serving the social phantoms. In this work the director is merciless and truthful, and yet very theatrical, vivid and modern.

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Artistic team

Author
FRIEDRICH SCHILLER

Director
ROMAN VIKTYUK

Translation from German
NIKOLAY LIUBIMOV

Set designer
VLADIMIR BOER

Lighting designer
SERGEY SKORNETSKY

Assistant director
ANDREY BOROVIKOV

Choreographer-director
MIKHAIL VISHNEVSKY

Sound Director
LIUDMILA PLATONOVA

Stage manager
LARISA PROZOROVSKAYA

Cast and Characters

Ferdinand
IGOR NEVEDROV

Luise
ANNA PODSVIROVA
EVGENIYA SOLANYKH

President von Walter
ALEXANDER DZYUBA

Wurm I
hon. artist of the Russian Federation
DMITRY BOZIN

Wurm II
PAVEL NOVIKOV

Lady Milford
hon. artist of the Russian Federation
LIUDMILA POGORELOVA

Miller
OLEG ISAEV

Miller’s wife
MARIA KAZNACHEEVA (ZHOIDIK) 

Hofmarschall von Kalb
hon. artist of the Russian Federation
EKATERINA KARPUSHINA

On behalf of the Theatre
IVAN IVANOVICH

Policemen
KONSTANTIN AVDEEV
SERGEY ZAKHARIN
VALERY SEKHPOSOV
YURY PONOMARENKO
IGOR TENSIN
ALEXEY KOTOVSCHIKOV
STANISLAV MOTYREV
MIKHAIL URYANSKY
ANTON DANILENKO
GLEB ISAKOV