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Maestro Artist Management Presents

"The Elder Son" / "Старший сын"

March 25

"The Elder Son" / "СÑаÑÑий ÑÑн"

Maestro Artist Management presents the US Premiere of the award-winning play “The Elder Son” by the famed Russian playwright, Alexander Vampilov, known for his sharp comedy and profound lyricism. The performance features a star-studded cast that includes renowned Russian theatre and film actors.

Starring:
Victor Sukhorukov, Agrippina Steklova, Evgeni Stychkin, Evgeniya Kregzhde and Yevgeny Pronin.

The bittersweet plot is almost borrowed from an opera-buffa, but seen through a profoundly Russian prism. A case of forged identity causes a series of misunderstandings and strangely enough, leads to love, as a fateful incident forever changes the lives of the characters. The story artfully weaves love and loneliness, mutual understanding and vulnerability, a need for every person to be heard and the significance of things left unsaid.

Performed in Russian -- the play runs 2 hours and 40 minutes including an Intermission.

Brooklyn Center is not the producer of this event.

Visit Maestro Artist Management's Official Website

Tickets: $125 to $45


Event Schedule

Saturday, March 25, 8:00pm

Walt Whitman Theatre

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