Eifman Ballet will perform a literary and choreographic tetralogy at the Bolshoi Theatre
The Company will close its 46th season with a large-scale tour in Moscow. It will take place from July 25 to 30 at the Historic Stage of the Bolshoi Theatre. The Moscow audience will see a unique tetralogy Another Realm for the Word including famous productions based on the masterpieces of Russian classical literature: The Seagull. A Ballet Story, Eugene Onegin, Beyond Sin and Anna Karenina. The tour will take place as part of the Chereshnevy Les Open-Art Festival.
The Moscow season of Eifman Ballet will begin with performances of a choreographic interpretation of the play by Anton Chekhov (July 25 and 26), the last premiere of the Company at the moment, released in 2022. The tetralogy will continue on July 27 with the production Eugene Onegin. On July 28, the only Moscow performance of the ballet Beyond Sin will take place (this choreographic rendition of The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoevsky, as well as the production based on the novel in verse by Alexander Pushkin, has not been performed in Moscow since 2017). Boris Eifman’s choreographic hit Anna Karenina will complete the series of performances of the Company at the Bolshoi. The Moscow spectators will have a chance to see the world-renowned ballet based on the novel by Leo Tolstoy on July 29 and 30, and on the final day of the tour the production will be performed twice.