Альбер Камю
Caligula (2003)
Калигула (2004)  

Калигула - Владимир Епифанцев

Цезония - Елена Сотникова

Калигула (2004)  

Цезония — Елена Сотникова
Калигула — Владимир Епифанцев
Калигула (2004)  

Цезония - Елена Сотникова

The performance “Caligula” is a romantic tragifarce the participants whereof are forceless before their sovereign, and a human is ad absurdum miserable in his nothingness and servile obedience. Deaf stone walls… Sarcophagus-aquarium on the stage. This is where Caligula (V. Epifantsev) will come from, resembling a fantastic predatory fish. His servants are an innumerable array of obedient marionettes, submitting to any movement of this monster. What can a man given an absolute power over his likes come to? Caligula thinks himself the only free citizen in the Roman Empire. Neither God, nor people created a law which he will humbly bow his head to. Fear is the only feeling which Caligula recognizes as perfect. The passion is cruelty for him, love is violence...

Production

Pavel Safonov

Scenography

Stanislav Morozov

Сostumes

Mariya Danilova

Lighting

Vladimir Amelin

Translation

Yuliya Ginsburg

Choreography

Albert Alberts

Music

Vladimir Maevskiy

Characters:
Caligula

Vladimir Epifantsev

Cesonia

Elena Sotnikova

Heligon

Spartak Sumchenko

Scipion

Yriy Chursin

Herea

Oleg Lopuhov

Senect

Alexander Grave

Evgeny Karelskih

Merea

Anatoliy Menshchikov

Major-domo

Aleksandr Prudnicov

Muciy

Maksim Bramatkin

Lepid

Evgeny Kosyrev

Octavius

Sergey Epishev

Drucilla

Maria Shastina

Muciy’s wife

Olga Lomonosova

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