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Moscow Theatre «School of Modern Drama» (Moscow)

29/14 Neglinnaya Street, Moscow (tel.: +7 495 694-07-38, +7 495 694-07-56, +7 495 694-68-34, +7 495 694-30-87, +7 495 694-10-21), Metro station: "Trubnaya", "Tsvetnoy Bulvar".

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1989: the School of Modern Drama theatre (the Theatre, for short) is opened with a performance A Man Came to a Woman based on the play of the same name by Semyon Zlotnikov; starring Lyubov Polishchuk and Albert Filozov. The performance received awards for the best actor and the best actress.

1990: the first performances of the Theatre in the building in Trubnaya Square. The new stage sees the premieres of the performances The Arsonist (directed by Mikhail Ali-Husein) and All Will Be Well, As You Wished For (directed by Iosif Reichelgaus). A TV version of A Man Came to a Woman comes out.

1991: the first international tour, in Israel.

1992: the performance Why Are You in A Tux? (based on the play The Proposal by Anton Chekhov) was named the highlight of the theatre season; starring Lyubov Polishchuk, Aleksey Petrenko and Albert Filozov. The Theatre participated at the Chekhov International Theatre Festival, Yalta. The Theatre hosts shows of the poet and singer Bulat Okudzhava and the actor and theatre director Sergey Yursky as well as concerts of the composer and singer Sergey Nikitin.

1993: the premiere of a musical performance for children, Talking of the Butter, based on songs by Nikitin. A new version of the performance All Will Be Well, As You Wished For was staged, starring Irina Alfyorova and Lev Durov. The singer and actress Yelena Kamburova gave her first concerts on the stage of the Theatre.

1994: The Anniversary of Bulat Okudzhava, an evening in honour of the poet's 70th birthday turned into a spontaneous mass celebration in Trubnaya Square. Yursky staged the performance The Chairs based on the play by Eugene Ionesco of the same name (translated by Yursky himself). Another premier was the performance by Reichelgaus based on the play Without Mirrors by Nikolay Klimontovich. The performance featured the following actors: Olga Yakovleva, Mikhail Yefremov, Albert Filozov, Vladimir Kachan and Olga Gusiletovna.

1995: the whole 3 premieres during that season: An Old Man Wanted to Leave His Old Woman based on the play by Zlotnikov (directed by Reichelgauz, starring Mariya Mironova and Mikhail Gluzsky), Missis Lev based on the play by Sergey Kokovkin (directed by Boris Morozov) and Antigona in New York based on the play by Janusz Glowacki (directed by Leonid Heifetz). The Theatre went on tour to Luxembourg and to the German cities of Dusseldorf, Cologne and Bonn. It also went on a large tour to the US, presenting Why Are You in A Tux?

1996: The Theatre hosts The Benefit Performance and the Anniversary of Maiya Mironova. The Bulgarian director Krikor Stepan Azaryan staged the performance Krapp's Last Tape based on the play by Samuel Beckett, starring Armen Dzhigarkhanyan. The Theatre participated in an international festival in Varna.

1997: The Theatre presented the premiere of the performance Crazy Don Quixote by Reichelgaus, starring Tatyana Vasilyeva, Albert Filozov and Lev Durov. Actors of the Theatre were honoured: The Benefit Performance of Tatyana Vasilyeva, The Benefit Performance of Albert Filozov and The Benefit Performance of Vladimir Kachan. The Theatre went on a large tour around the CIS countries. A tour in the US.

1998: The performance The Love of Karlovna (directed by Reichelgaus), based on the play by Olga Mukhina, opens the Winter Garden stage. The Theatre presents the premieres of the performances Nothing Special (directed by Viktor Shamirov) and The Seagull based on the play by Chekhov (directed by Reichelgauz). The Day of Bulat Okudzhava was organised in Trubnaya Square. The Benefice Performance and the Aniversary of Mikhail Gluzsky was presented. The Theatre participateds in a festival of contemporary drama in Romania and in the Cairo International Festival for Experimental Theatre. The Theatre went on a tour to Stockholm. The Moscow government adopted a decision to redesign the old building of the Theatre and to construct a new one. The company was enlarged with young actors, graduates from the Gerasimov All-Russian State University of Cinematography.

1999: The Theatre presented the premiere of the performance Lost in Paradise by Shamirov. On 27th March, in the Grand Room, which for one evening had again turned into the restaurant room of the Winter Hermitage, the 10th anniversary of the Theatre was celebrated. The Theatre went on a large summer tour around cities of Siberia. The premiere of Reichelgauz's performance Notes of a Russian Traveller based on the play by Yevgeny Grishkovets.

2000: Sergey Yursky staged the play A Provocation by Igor Vatsetis. Grishkovets started playing his performances How I Ate a Dog and Simultaneously at the Theatre. Notes of a Russian Traveller opened the Bonn European festival for contemporary drama, New Plays from Europe. The Theatre went on a tour to the Baltic States. The premiere of Reichelgauz's performance A Wonderful Medicine for Sadness based on the play by Zlotnikov, starring Filozov and Lyudmila Semenyaka, a prime ballet dancer of the Bolshoi Theatre.

2001: The Theatre presented the premier of Reichelgauz's performance Boris Akunin. The Seagull based on a reworking, as a mistery, of Chekhov's The Seagull by Boris Akunin. Both the "seagulls" were included in the programme of the 3rd World Theatre Olympiad, Moscow. The Theatre organised the Club Days, a series of various kinds of events, for example, poetry evenings ( STICHiYA), story-telling evenings (The Theatre Gossip) and literary evenings (The Author's Reading). The Theatre went on a large tour to Canada. It also participated in the Cairo International Festival for Experimental Theatre and the Irkutsk Vampilov All-Russian Festival for Contemporary Drama. A large tour to the Far East, Kiev and Yekaterinburg. The Benefice Performance and the Aniversary of Lev Durov was organised.

2002: The Theatre presents the premiere of the performance The City based on the play by Grishkovets. The performance was shown at the BONNER BIENNALE 2002 festival and was highly appreciated by critics and spectators alike. The Theatre went on a large tour to Russia's Far East (the cities of Tomsk, Vladivostok and Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk), presenting both The Seagull performances, followed by a tour around Israel (Boris Akunin. The Seagull). The Club Days were complemented with the Club Independence Night. On 21st September, as part of the Days of Swiss Culture in Moscow, the Theatre presented the premiere of the performance The Event (directed by Francois Roche) based on the play by Vladimir Nabokov. In autumn, A Wonderful Medicine for Sadness returned on stage. The role of Lera was performed by Natalya Andreychenko. On 28th December, the Theatre presented the premiere of the children's musical Harmful Advice (directed by Andrey Andreyev, composed by Andrey Andersen).

2003: In January, in Helsinki premieres of Notes of a Russian Traveller and A Provocation took place. The Theatre put forward an initiative to establish Deistvuyushchiye Litsa (Russian for "cast of characters" or "dramatis personae"), an All-Russian award for achievements in drama. In March, the company of the Theatre spent two weeks at Geneva's Carouge Theatre, performing The Event. Boris Milgram staged the performance Kremlin, Come to Me based on the play by Aleksey Kazantsev, starring Albert Filozov and Marina Khazova. In June, the Theatre brought A Provocation to Israel and Akunin's The Seagull to the US. On 1st November, the Theatre hosted the Deistvuyushchiye Litsa award ceremony. The Theatre decided to stage five out of the best ten plays submitted to the competition. The project was preliminary named Five Debuts. For the entire season, the Theatre was rehearsing the performance The Seagull. A Classic Operetta.

2004: On 23rd January, the Theatre presented the premiere of The Seagull. A Classic Operetta, directed by Iosif Reichelgaus, composed by Aleksandr Zhurbin, libretto by Vadim Zhuk. Both The Seagull performances went on a tour to the cities of Ufa, Chelyabinsk and Tyumen.
On 20th February, the premiere of the theatrical TV show The Possessed based on the Dostoyevsky's novel The Devils took place. The show was directed and hosted by Aleksandr Gordon.
On 27th March, the Theatre celebrated its 15th anniversary with a press conference and The Club Evening.
From 18th to 25th April, the performance The Seagull. A Real Operetta took part in Drugiye Berega (Russian for "other shores"), the first theatre festival for novel music projects, in Novosibirsk.
On 16th August, the director Iosif Reichelgaus and the actor Said Bagov received the 2004 Moscow Literature and Art Award for The City.
From 9th to 25th May, And I will Summon My Friends, a festival dedicated to the 80th anniversary of Bulat Okudzhava, was held for the first time.
From 27th June to 8th July, the Winter Garden stage hosted the readings of the international program of the 2004 Festival for Young Drama.
September saw a tour around cities of Israel, where The City was performed.
On 23rd October, The Seagull broke a record in the number of genres. Three performances of the play were performed, each in a different genre: the comedy Anton Chekhov. The Seagull, the detective story Boris Akunin. The Seagull, and The Seagull. A Classic Operetta for drama actors. This fact was officially recognised by the PARI information agency as a theatre record to be included in the Russian Book of Records.
On 25th and 26th October, A Provocation took part in the 3rd International Festival for Russia's Young Theatres held in Novosibirsk.
On 19th November, the Theatre presented the premier of the performance Pas de Deux (directed by Stanislav Govorukhin) based on the play by Tatyana Moskvina, a winner of the 2003 Deistvuyushchiye Litsa award.
On 22nd December, the Theatre presented the premiere of the performance The Evening Bell by Ion Druta, a winner of the 2003 Deistvuyushchiye Litsa 2nd degree award; directed by Sergey Yursky, starring Sergey Yursky.

2005: The following premieres:
On 8th January, Bridges and Rainbows (the directorial debut of Bagov) based on the play I, Feyerbach by Tankred Dorst; starring Bagov and Aleksey Gnilitsky.
On 29th January, People of the Most Ancient Professions (directed by Mikhail Ugarov) based on the play by Danila Privalov.
On 5th February, The Guardian of the Silence. The Unexpected (directed by Franck Berthier) based on the play Le Gardeur de silences by the French playwright Fabrice Melquiot.
On 2nd June, the Moscow government issued a decree that ordered remodelling and restoration of the buildings of the Theatre. On that date, the long construction saga of the Theatre started.
On 25th November, the Theatre presented the premier of the performance House of Women (directed by the first-time directors Valery Karavayev and Filipp Los) based on the play of the young playwright Aleksandr Demakhin, a winner of the 2003 Deistvuyushchiye Litsa 1st degree award.
On 12th December, the Theatre hosted the Class Act, drama experiments of Moscow schoolchildren.

2006: From 2nd to 7th February, the Theatre was on a tour in Paris, performing Anton Chekhov. The Seagull at the Espace Pierre Cardin theatre.
On 27th March, the premier of the improvisation performance In One's Own Words by Iosif Reichelgauz took place. On 29th March, the Theatre presented the premiere of the performance Solid Domestic Waste (directed by Mikhail Ali-Husein).
On 31th March, an evening with Stanislav Govorukhin celebrated the director's anniversary.
On 12th July, the Moscow Windows program (created by young theatre actors and students of Reichelgaus' workshop at the Faculty of Directing at the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts) took part in Festival de la Cite, a summer festival for arts in Lausanne.
On 19th October, the STICHiYA Club Day was held; it featured famous directors such as Yury Lyubomov, Marlen Khutsyev, Pyotr Fomenko, Genriyetta Yanovskaya and Tatyana Akhramkova reciting poetry.
On 26th November, the Theatre presented the premiere of the performance Single Man Moliere, a farce based on Jean-Baptiste Moliere's plays, by Oleg Glushkov and Andrey Pershin, starring Albert Filozov.

2007: From 14th to 19th January, the Theatre participated in the 25th Fadjr International Theatre Festival, Tehran, Iran (Boris Akunin. The Seagull).
From 21st to 23rd February, the Cultural Office at the Embassy of Iran in Russia presented the Russian premiere of tazye, an ancient Persian ritual and religious performance.
Actors and friends of the Theatre were honoured:
On 31st January, an evening that celebrated the 60th birthday of Vadim Zhuk;
On 26th February, an anniversary of Tatyana Vasilyeva;
On 18th May, an anniversary of Vladimir Kachan;
From 5th to 11th June, On the Eve of a Good Round Figure, a week with Iosif Reichelgaus; from 1st to 8th October, a anniversary week with Albert Filozov.
On 12th April, the Theatre presented the premiere of the performance Russian Jam (directed by Reichelgaus) based on the play of Lyudmila Ulitskaya, a famous playwright and a winner of the 2006 Deistvuyushchiye Litsa award; starring Vasilyeva, Filozov, Nina Shatskaya and Vladimir Shulga.
From 17th to 24th April, the Theatre hosted demonstrations of diploma performances by students of Reichelgaus at the Faculty of Directing at the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts as well as the enrolment of new students.
From 21st to 27th May, the Theatre went on a tour to Helsinki, Finland (The City).
On 20th June, the Theatre hosted a press conference dedicated to the start of construction works on a new building of the Theatre.
On 21st September, the premiere of the performance Love in the Paradise by Andrey Maksimov took place, starring Anzhela Khromova, Yury Belyayev and Vladimir Shulga.
On 25th August, a TV version of Boris Akunin. The Seagull was aired by the Stolitsa TV channel.
On 25th September, the premiere of the performance From Nowhere with Love (directed by Mikhail Kozakov and Vladimir Kachan) based on works by Joseph Brodsky took place.
On 3rd October, the Theatre presented the premiere of the performance 2 x 2 = 5 based on the play by Kseniya Stepanycheva, a winner of the 2005 Deistvuyushchiye Litsa 1st degree award (the directorial debut of Olga Gusiletova and Albert Filozov).
On 5th of November, a TV version of In One's Own Words was aired by the Kultura TV channel.
In November and December, the Theatre went on tours around cities of Russia: Yekaterinburg, Saint Petersburg, Lipetsk, Sochi, Samara, Togliatti and Oryol.

2008: In January, Yury Chernov was awarded the title of People's Artist of Russia and Nina Shatskaya was awarded the title of Meritorious Artist of Russia.
On 25th January, the St. Tatyana's Day Club Evening was held for the first time. In February, the Kultura TV channel aired a TV version of the evening.
From 12th to 17th February, the Theatre participated in the 26th Fadjr International Theatre Festival, Tehran, Iran. Yury Kharikov received an award for the best set design and costumes (the performance Russian Jam).
On 16th February, the Theatre hosted an evening with Said Bagov, in order to celebrate the actor's 50th birthday.
On 24th February, the book We Have Been Rapped by Iosif Reichelgaus was presented at Berlin's Russisches Haus.
On 13th March, the construction works on the new building of the Theatre started. Workers appeared on the construction site for the first time. The project of restoration and adaptation of the building was launched.
On 14th March, the Theatre took part in the celebratory opening of the redesigned Yalta Chekhov Theatre.
In March, the Theatre went on a tour to Riga, Latvia (From Nowhere with Love, based on works by Brodsky).
On 16th March, Harmful Advice (based on a book by Grigory Oster) was performed for the 400th time.
On 24th March, the book The Best Plays of 2007 by the Deistvuyushchiye Litsa competition was officially presented.
On 27th March, the Theatre celebrated its 19th anniversary.
On 26th August, the 20th, jubilee season started.
On 27th August, A Man Came to a Woman (based on the play by Zlotnikov) was performed for the 500th and last time.
On 23rd September, the Theatre presented the premiere of the performance Moscow.Psycho by Andry Zholdak, starring Yelena Koreneva.
On 19th October, the traditional STICHiYA Club Day was held. That year, it was dedicated to the year of family.
On 22nd October, the Theatre presented the premiere of the performance A Man Came to a Woman. A New Version (directed by Iosif Reichelgaus, starring Amaliya Mordvinova and Viktor Verzhbitsky) based on the play by Zlotnikov.
On 4th November, the Kultura TV channel aired a TV version of the Theatre Gossip Club Evening, which was held on 1st April 2008.
On 13th November, the Deistvuyushchiye Litsa award ceremony was held; the 2008 award winners were named.
On 26th November, the Theatre presented the premiere of the performance To Explain by Ivan Vyrypayev.
In November, the Theatre went on a tour to Nizhny Novgorod (Pas de Deux, Anton Chekhov. The Seagull and Boris Akunin. The Seagull).
On 1st December, a photography exhibition of Theatre's head art manager Iosif Reichelgaus was opened in the House of the Actor.
On 25th December, the collected volume The Best Plays of 2008 was presented. The volume included the plays of the Deistvuyushchiye Litsa award winners.
On 25th December, the Theatre Gossip Club Evening was held; it attracted a capacity crowd.
In December, the Theatre went on a tour to Kiev, Ukraine (Anton Chekhov. The Seagull and The Seagull. A Real Operetta) and the book We Have Been Rapped was officially presented in German cities (Dresden, Leipzig, Rostock and Berlin).

2009: On 5th January, Why Are You in A Tux? was performed for the 600th time.
On 20th January, Russia's Meritorious Artist Anzhelika Volchkova became Viktor Verzhbitsky's partner in A Man Came to a Woman. A New Version.
On 26th January, the Theatre celebrated the St. Tatyana's Day.
On 2nd March, Russia's Meritorious Artist Yelena Sanayeva, a famous cinema actress, made her debut in Russian Jam.
On 3rd March, the performance Augenapfel by Said Bagov (based on works by Daniil Kharms) was performed at Saint Petersburg's Baltic House Theatre as part of the 7th Monocle Festival, an international festival of mono-performances.
In March, the Theatre went on a tour to Kharkov, Ukraine, which proved to be a success. The Seagull. A Real Operetta was performed at Kharkov Shevchenko Academy Drama Theatre.
On 17th March, The City based on the play by Yevgeny Grishkovets was performed for the 200th time.
On the night between 19th and 20th March, the film director Sergey Solovyov shot a 10- minute long film that became part of the new performance The House based on the play by Grishkovets and Anna Matison.
In March, an evening with Iosif Reichelgaus was held as part of the season ticket of Nizhny Novgorod Philharmonic Society.
On 27th March, the Theatre turned 20 years old.
On 11th April, the Theatre presented the premiere of the performance The House (by Reichelgaus) based on the play by Grishkovets (co-authored by Anna Matison).
On 20th April, the Theatre went on a tour to the city of Kaluga (Why Are You in A Tux?).
On 24th April, Maksim Yevseev received the title of Russia's Meritorious Artist (a decree of the President of the Russian Federation, no. 452 as of 24th April 2009).
On 12th April, Moscow.Psycho directed by Andry Zholdak was held as part of the Russian Case special programme of Golden Mask, a national theatre festival.
On 22nd April, the performance Dinner at Comrade Stalin's returned on stage.
On 25th April, an anniversary of People's Artist Yury Chernov.
From 9th to 22nd May, And I will Summon My Friends, an annual festival dedicated to the memory of Bulat Okudzhava, was held.
On 11th May, the Kultura TV channel aired a TV version of We Have Turned 20!, a celebration of the Theatre's 20th anniversary.
On 13th May, the book Off-Road Hikes and Rides by Iosif Reichelgaus was officially presented.
On 14th May, the Theatre went on a tour to the town of Kirishi, near Saint Petersburg (A Man Came to a Woman. A New Version).
From 18th to 24th May, the Theatre went on a tour to Germany (The Theatre Gossip; Harmful Advice was performed in Berlin and Dresden).
On 4th June, the Theatre went on a tour to the town of Serpukhov, Moscow Region (Boris Akunin. The Seagull).
From 15th to 17th June, the 1st All-Russian Festival for Contemporary Play was held; theatres from Serpukhov, Vladimir and Kaluga participated in the festival.
On 6th August, the Moskovsky Komsomolets newspaper published a list of the annual theatre award winners. Mariya Tregubova was named the best set designer for The House.
On 18th August, the new, 21st season started.
On 2nd September, the first working meeting of the jury of the 2009 Deistvuyushchiye Litsa award.
On 6th September, a celebratory event under the motto A birthday present from The School of Contemporary Play to Moscow's Inhabitants and Its Guests was held: on the occasion of the Moscow Day, the Theatre performed A Man Came to a Woman. A New Version.
On 13th September, Harmful Advice was performed for the 500th time.
On 14th September, the actress Yelena Koreneva was nominated for the Zvezda Teatrala (Russian for "star of the theatre lover") award for the best solo, for monologue of Medea in Moscow. Psycho.
On 17th September, an evening with Iosif Reichelgaus was held in the city of Vladimir.
On 18th September, the Theatre went on a tour to the city of Vladimir (Why Are You in A Tux?).
On 19th September, the Theatre held an event as part of the Year of Equal Opportunities programme: The Seagull. A Real Operetta was performed for representatives of various societies for disabled. In the lobby, an exhibition of fine and applied art works by disabled people.
On 20th September, Harmful Advice was performed in the elite Barvicha Village, at the Luxury Village concert hall.
On 23rd September, the short list of the 2009 Deistvuyushchiye Litsa award was announced.
On 1st October, the Isaak Babel. Odessa-Moscow-Odessa Club Evening was held as part of a world-wide fund raising for a monument to the writer Babel in Odessa, Ukraine.
On 18th October, the Theatre presented the premiere of the performance Star Sickness by Reichelgaus.
On 19th October, the traditional STICHiYA Club Day was held.
On 21st October, Sergey Yursky's performance The Chairs (based on the play by Eugene Ionesco) returned on stage. The Kultura TV channel recorded the performance.
On 24th and 25th October, the Theatre went on a tour to Saint Petersburg and performed at the Baltic House Theatre (Harmful Advice and The Seagull. A Real Operetta).
From 24th to 31st October, the 7th International Festival for Russia's Young Theatres was held in Omsk. House of Women was performed at Omsk State Chamber Fifth Theatre.
The director Iosif Reichelgaus held an evening and gave a master class for participants of the festival.
From 6th to 12th November, Moscow.Psycho was performed at the Seoul Performing Arts Festival during a tour to Seoul, South Korea.
From 12th to 16th November, the Theatre went on a tour to Saint Petersburg (The Chairs and Dinner at Comrade Stalin's).
On 24th November, the artist Mariya Tregubova received the theatre award of the Moskovsky Komsomolets newspaper, for the best set design (The House). The award was personally handed to her by Pavel Gusev, the newspaper's editor-in-chief.
On 26th November, Tatyana Vasilyeva returned to the cast of Boris Akunin. The Seagull, after a break.
On 1st December, the 2009 Deistvuyushchiye Litsa award ceremony took place. A new project, The Young Directors, was launched.
On 24th December, the Trubnaya Square Carnival Club Evening was held for the first time.

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