Primorsky Academic Regional Drama Theater named after M. Gorky, the main theater of the Far East, is all about experiments with new large-scale productions, which in 90 years have become a hallmark of the region. The broadcasts will be held on the official website of the Russian Seasons: russianseasons.org.
On Tuesday, September 27 ,“The Wall” movie, based on the novel of the same name by Vladimir Medinsky, will be broadcast. It is a large-scale historical adventure film taking place in Russia. The movie was directed by Alexander Melkumov and filmed in Vladivostok and Moscow in collaboration with the Cinema and Photo Research Institute (NIKFI).
Russia is shown through the perspective of a historical detective so that the stage action captures the audience from the very first minutes. The brightest pages of our history are shrouded in a magnificent plot. Intrigue, betrayal, vivid, pure characters, and true love capture the audience's attention. The detective component of the production is riveting in its intricacy of suspenseful plotting. The ancient fortress wall is not just masonry and bricks; the wall is the entire city, its people and our great country, which has endured countless hardships in its long history.
On Thursday, September 29 , a historical movie about the Primorsky Regional Academic Drama Theater named after M. Gorky and its main director - People's Artist of Russia Yefim Zvenyatsky, who has led the theater since 1984, will be shown to the audience. The “Father's Theater/Drama Kids” was filmed in stereo, creating the effect of presence, the maximum contact between the viewer and the film's characters. Alexander Melkumov directed and shot the movie with the support of the M. Gorky Film Studio, a branch of the Research Film and Photography Institute. The film was directed by Alexander Melkumov, supported by the M. Gorky Film Studio and a branch of the Cinema and Photo Research Institute .
During his time in the theater company, entire acting dynasties formed and grew - husband and wife, father and son. Backstage life, excerpts from performances, the relationship between the actors and director as they work, rehearsals, and the creation of the very mystery that we call performance. What is the secret to the theater's longevity? All successful theaters are not like each other, nor are the personalities of their artistic directors. How does the personality of a person affect the atmosphere in the team? Is it possible to bring family values to a professional team? What are recognition and respect?
Primorsky Academic Regional Drama Theater named after Maxim Gorky is the oldest theater in Vladivostok, with its audience, history and traditions. It's an established creative team. The theater began its path on November 3, 1932, with the play “Street of Joy” by N. Zarkhi at the Vladivostok City Drama Theater. In 1975, the theater moved into a new building, where it is located to this day.
In 1984, Efim Zvenyatsky, current theater director, took over. In December 1994, the artistic director was awarded the Honored Worker of Arts of Russia, and in July 2003 - the People's Artist of the Russian Federation.
As usual, the broadcast will be available at 19:00 CET on the Russian Seasons website: russianseasons.org.