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Moscow Art Theatre


There is doubts that each centimeter of this building is full of spirit of the theatre. Legendary artists of the past and present walk through this halls, managing the creative flours. There is no person on the post-Soviet space, who wouldn't recognize in the famous cat Matroskin (from the cartoon "Kanikuly v Prostokvashino") the voice of the director of the Moscow Art Theatre.

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Moscow Art Theatre
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g  Kamergersky Pereulok, 3, Moscow, Russia
g  55.760181,37.613172
м  Oxotny Ryad, Pyshkinskaya
g  + 7 (495) 629-87-60

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To see all the traditions of the Russian dramatic art, you should visit Moscow Art Theatre named after A. P. Chekhov. Opened for the public door give the great opportunity to see with your own eyes the geniuses of the Russian theatrical stage, became the witness of the wonderful play of the famous actors and actresses.

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The theatre on Kamergersky Pereulok was solemnly opened by the production "Tsar Feodor Ioannovich" in the end of the XIX century. Right since the 14th of October 1898 the theatre started the counting of its history. The first directors K. Stanislavsky and V. Nemirovich-Danchenko transformed the environment of the Russian theatres by joining the experience of the past with the innovative trends in art. After the deaths of the founders, Stalin's power, which was about to change the theatre as wanted, lead it to its decadence, which lasted up to the appearance as a director of O. Efremov. Controversial policy of O. Efremov caused the division of the theatre in the end of the 1980s in the Moscow Art Theatre named after A. P. Chekhov and the Moscow Art Theatre named after M. Gorky, at the head of which was T. Doronina. In 2000 O. Tabakov became the main director of the theatre and managed to glue the whole troupe together, orientating on the variety of repertoire.

Nowadays, there is a museum of the Moscow Art Theatre, where the priceless materials, connected with the past and present of the theatre and its members, were collected and preserved. Huge archives includes not only printed matters, but also scale models, stage costumes, memorial theatre relics, pieces of painting, graphics and stage props. The private office of the founder of the theatre V. I. Nemirovich-Damchenko is opened for public, as well as the dressing room of K. S. Stanislavsky and O. N. Efremov. School-studio with more than a semi-centennial history continues to enrol young people, who are ready to dedicate their life to theatre. Young talents, inspired by the success of their precursors, attain mastery of acting, based on the system by K. Stanislavsky.