Современная русская поэзия на театральных подмостках. Поэтический спектакль „Вера Павлова. Стихи о любви”
Contemporary Russian Poetry on Stage. Poetic Spectacle “Vera Pavlova. Poems about Love”
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The article is devoted to the trilogy of Eduard Boyakov, artistic director of the Moscow theatre “Praktika” and artistic director of “Polytheatre”, based on the poems of contemporary Russian poets Yelena Fanaylova, Vera Polozkova and Vera Pavlova. The aim of this project was to show the dramaturgy of the poetry, the rhythm and intonation by means of scenic resources. The center of attention was the last part of the trilogy “Vera Pavlova. Poems about Love” and her three productions. The author tries to prove that poetic performances of Boyakov, on the one hand continue the tradition of poetry in the Russian theatre (Yuriy Lyubimov’s activity and the Taganka Theatre in the 1960’s), on the other hand – have shown the need and importance of poetry in broad cultural space, including theatre. The activity of Eduard Boyakov confirms that contemporary poetry is needed in theatre: it’s not only the renewal of the repertoire, but also of the whole theatre.
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