Жан-Батист Мольер
Amphitryon (1998)
Amphitryon (1998)  
Amphitrion - Sergey Makovetskiy, Alkmene - Anna Dubrovskaya
Amphitryon (1998)  
Mercury - Maksim Sukhanov
Amphitryon (1998)  
Soziy - Vladimir Simonov
Amphitryon (1998)  
Kleantide - Mariya Aronova
Amphitryon (1998)  
Alkmene - Anna Dubrovskaya, Jupiter - Aleksey Zavyalov
Amphitryon (1998)  
Jupiter - Aleksey Zavyalov, Alkmene - Anna Dubrovskaya
Amphitryon (1998)  
Navkrat - Oleg Lopukhov
Amphitryon (1998)  
Kleantide - Anna Antonova
Amphitryon (1998)  
Mercury - Maksim Sukhanov
Amphitryon (1998)  
Amphitrion - Sergey Makovetskiy
Amphitryon (1998)  
Kleantide - Mariya Aronova, Soziy - Vladimir Simonov
Amphitryon (1998)  
Alkmene - Anna Dubrovskaya
Amphitryon (1998)  
Kleantide - Mariya Aronova, Alkmene - Anna Dubrovskaya
Amphitryon (1998)  
Alkmene - Anna Dubrovskaya, Jupiter - Aleksey Zavyalov
Amphitryon (1998)  
Jupiter - Aleksey Zavyalov, Mercury - Maksim Sukhanov
Amphitryon (1998)  
Jupiter - Aleksey Zavyalov, Kleantide - Anna Antonova
Амфитрион (1998)  

Ночь - Павел Сафонов

The constellation of the best actors of the Vakhtangian stage: Sergey Makovetskiy, Maxim Sukhanov, Marina Aronova, Vladimir Simonov, presents a fine philosophic comedy by Moliere “Amphitryon” produced by Vladimir Mirzoev. Jupiter, having descended from Olympus and slain by the beauty of Alcmene (Anna Dubrovskaya), young wife of a Theban general Amphitryon (Sergey Makovetskiy), appears before her in the likeness of her husband, but soon the real Amphitryon comes back from war … Further actions develop on the background of a series of funny and awkward situations that take place in the house of the deceived general and where Amphitryon himself, Alcmene, his servants – Sosia (Vladimir Simonov) and Cleanthis (Maria Aronova) and gods themselves take part. An antique comedy about matrimonial relationships by no means lost its timely character, it is as contemporary now as it was several centuries ago. Without backing out of his personal style suggests that spectators dive into this Greek myth, and the images of ironic and captivating Amphitryon-Makovetskiy and mocking Mercury-Sukhanov, unlucky Sosia-Simonov and love-languish Cleanthis-Aronova reveal the true point of events.

Director

Vladimir Mirzoev

Scenography and costumes

Pavel Kaplevich

Lighting designer

Vladimir Amelin

Translation

Valeriy Bryusov

Music

Aleksey Schelygin

Choreographer

Kim Frank

Characters:
Mercury

Maksim Sukhanov

The Night

Pavel Safonov

Victor Dobronravov

Valery Ushakov

Jupiter

as Amphitrion

Aleksey Zavialov

Amphitrion

Cadmian commander

Sergey Makovetskiy

Alkmene

Amphitrion’s wife

Anna Dubrovskaya

Yulia Rutberg

Kleantide

Alkmene’s servant, Soziy’s wife

Maria Aronova

Anna Antonova

Soziy

Amphitrion’s servant

Vladimir Simonov

Navkrat

Cadmian commander

Oleg Lopuhov

Leonid Bichevin

Pavzikl

Cadmian commander

Alexander Koznov

Victor Dobronravov

Oleg Lopuhov

Artur Ivanov

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