The Russian-language play ‘The Baudelaire Passion’ will be shown in New York
The creative team “New Wave Arts” invites you to a new musical and literary extravaganza-play “The Baudelaire Passion”. The play, directed by Eduard Tolokonnikov, tells the story of the life and work of the great French poet Charles Baudelaire, founder of the poetic school of European decadence. Performances in New York will take place September 21-24 and 26-30.
Despite his literary merits, Baudelaire was considered one of the most controversial figures of his time. His short life was full of loud scandals and eccentric antics; the poet’s work was based on contrasts. He tried to find the truth of existence through finding a balance between the illusory poetic world and reality. This is exactly what the play “The Baudelaire Passion”, created by the writer Henry Keane, is about.
The play is a story about the struggle for the soul of a poet between the Devil and Saint Peter. Baudelaire’s soul is so important that ancient forces rise to continue their eternal struggle.
You can buy tickets and learn more about the play “The Baudelaire Passion” here.
The play will be shown at The American Theater of Actors (Cullum Theatre) at 314 West 54th Street on the following dates:
- September 21, 19:30 – first premiere (with VIP Reception);
- September 22, 19:30 – second premiere (with VIP Reception);
- September 23, 19:30 – third premiere (with VIP Reception);
- September 24, 15:00 – regular session;
- September 26, 27, 28, 29, 19:30 – regular sessions;
- September 30, 15:00 – regular session (with VIP Reception).
The price of VIP tickets includes a meeting with the theater actors after the performance, an entertainment program, light snacks and alcoholic drinks.
The production is in Russian with English subtitles. The performance features actors of Armenian, Georgian, Russian, Ukrainian, Italian and French origin. Such multinational cooperation could only happen in New York – the true capital of world culture.
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