February 11 at 7pm – Solo play “Train for Aglaya” by the...

February 11 at 7pm – Solo play “Train for Aglaya” by the “Teatr K” project

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THE ODESSA REVIEW NEW ISSUE

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For lovers of Russian classical literature, the name of Aglaya is associated with just one personage: the bride of Count Myshkin in Dostoevsky’s “Idiot,” the capricious and slightly hysterical Aglaya Yepanchina. It is she who is presented to the audience in the solo play “Train for Aglaya,” staged based on Klim’s “Sad play,” specifically one of the book’s chapters called “Seven days with the Idiot, or non-existing chapters of Fedor Dostoevsky’s novel.” The action takes place 20 years after the events of the novel.

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