Moscow

Electrotheatre Stanislavsky

  Tverskaya ul. 23      (+7) 495 699 72 24     21 Mar 2019
“Electrotheatre” is simply homage to one of the first pre-revolutionary Russian movie theatres “Electrotheatre Ars” that occupied the same building in 1915. The best traditions of a fashionable movie theatre, a dramatic opera studio and the influence of the famous Russian director Konstantin Stanislavsky – all these factors intertwine to make this theatre truly unique in the capital’s cultural scene. The theatre’s current art director Boris Yukhananov is also determined to combine truly avant-garde traditions with classical Russian theatre art. Despite this drive for innovation and transformation, Electrotheatre Stanislavsky carefully sticks to the traditions of Russia’s dramatic theatre.
The main shows take place in the "Transformer" Hall which can be, well, transformed according to the requirements of the show! "Electrolesnitsa" (Electric Ladder) - is an unusual venue for concerts and musical/poetical readings. In the theatre's spacious foyer there are often lectures, book presentations, discussions and children's plays. There is, of course, a traditional theatre buffet cafe. The theatre is open to visitors between 12:00 and 21:00 even without necessarily having to see a play. The theatre's foyer is open to the public with free wifi and a bookshop. Come in through Electrotheatre's foyer where you can find hot food, desserts and beverages for kids and adults alike.
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Amenities

Air-conditioning

Metro

Pushkinskaya

Website

Open

Open 11:00 - 22:00.

Price/Additional Info

Tickets 500 - 2,500Rbl.

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