Five Evenings

Five Evenings Five Evenings Was Published In The Minnesota Drama Editions Series By The University Of Minnesota Press In The Russian Playwright Aleksandr Volodin Represents A New Wave Of Soviet Dramatists, Who Appear To Be Primarily Interested In Personal Relationships And Values Within A Framework That Is Social Rather Than Specifically Socialist Or Communist This Play, Five Evenings, Was First Published In The Soviet Monthly Theater Journal Teatr In And Was Produced At The Boloshoi Theatre Of Drama In An Earlier Play By Volodin, The Factory Kid, Was The Subject Of Violent Controversy, On Political Grounds, In The Soviet Press But While The Controversy Raged, The Play Was Being Enthusiastically Received By Large Audiences A Later Play, Going Out And Staying In, Was Produced In Moscow At The Ermolova Theatre In Recently Volodin Has Been Working In FilmsFive Evenings Has Its Setting In Present Day Leningrad As Harold Clurman Points Out In His Introduction, It Is A Simple Play, So Simple In Fact That Audiences In Our Great Metropolitan Centers Might Call It Corny In Doing This They Would Betray Their Own Provinciality Mr Clurman Believes That An American Production Of The Play Would Help Us Appreciate The Spirit Of Soviet Dramaturgy, And Better Still, Understand The Soviet People Beyond That, He Writes, It Might Provide Us With An Affectionate And Touching Evening In The Theatre A Good Time

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  • Paperback
  • 112 pages
  • Five Evenings
  • Aleksandr Volodin
  • English
  • 12 May 2017
  • 9780816604029

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