May 13, 19:00 'How I forgave ensign Kuvshinov'. Brusnikin's Workshop

Online broadcast of the reading of the play by Ivan Antonov 'How I forgave ensign Kuvshinov', where the main character is a taxi driver. Most of the passengers are sitting in the back seat, silent, with their phones in their hands. Much more verbose is the Navigator, which the hero has to communicate with, and even periodically quarrel with him because of the phrase 'You left the route'. It is interesting because the hero really left the route. Before working in a taxi, he was a more or less successful musician, but decided to change his life, leaving his family and profession.
A series of culinary and theatre live streams. A series will comprise two sections: masterclasses by various Moscow chefs and live streams of theatre stage performances. Experience that without leaving home!
Past streams
Joint project with Museum of Moscow
A series of video tours through the iconic places of the streets of Moscow. The program is presented by Larisa Skrypnik, a Moscow scholar and senior researcher at the Museum of Moscow, and Denis Romodin, a Moscow scholar and researcher at the Museum of Moscow, author of articles on urban architecture, as well as a lecture course "Living in Moscow", dedicated to the everyday life of citizens in the XX century.
Virtual tour "Mayor's House: Mysteries of the 18th-century Palace"
The tour reveals the interiors of the Moscow mayor's office on Tverskaya Street. Visitors will view the palace's state rooms in their modern use, a unique enfilade, and a balcony from which many of Vladimir Lenin's speeches were delivered.
Virtual tour 'Nosov Mansion: Sweet Piece of Architecture on Yauza River'
The tour of one of the loveliest mansions in Moscow from the early 20th century. Local historian Larissa Skrypnik explains why Nosov's workroom was right at the entrance, what original elements of the building have survived, and what happened to the mansion following its nationalisation in 1917.
"Povarskaya Streer: from Soviet avant-garde to Russian uzorochye style" tour
At this tour the viewers will learn about the Povarskaya Street. For two times the street was a setting for the movies of Russian famous directors. That's where they filmed "Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears" and "Ivan Vasilievich Changes Profession". Gnessin State Musical College was moved to this street, and Gogol attended a church nearby.
"Spiridonovka: how a swamp turned into a prestigious street" tour
At this tour the viewers will walk down the Spiridonovka as the story will describe, how a swamp, that was used for herding goats, eventually turned into a prestigious street where soviet elite lived. Why did the writer Alexey Tolstoi live in a servants' house and where did Margarita live according to Bulgakov's fans? Let's find out.
From Boyars to Oligarchs. The History of Elite Housing in Ostozhenka
The first tour will tell its participants about five landmarks of Ostozhenka Street that come from different periods of Moscow history, from the boyar era to Perestroika and our time. During the tour, its participants will discover how the Golytsins Chambers, elite housing of the 17th century, are designed, explore classical architecture showcased by the House of Governor Pyotr Yeropkin and see city villas built by Lev Kekushev, a master of Art Nouveau. Guide Denis Romodin will also tell tour participants what happened to the street in the Soviet times and what is happening to it today, when it has become one of the most luxurious Moscow districts.
Novinskiy Boulevard
During the tour, its participants will discover the history of Novinskiy Boulevard: what name it had in the Soviet times and why celebrities of the past loved residences on this street. The participants will also see the first experimental Khrushchev-era block of flats and learn why they needed a dining hall in the Narkomfin Building.
"Milutinsky Lane: from expats to squatters" tour
At this tour viewers will find out, where modern squatter-artists live. Learn the secrets of "Giprouglemash" building and discover how the old telephone stations looked in the past.
Culinary art
Theatres
Television program Not Only Buckwheat. Brand chef of the restaurant Viktor Beley will teach the audience how to cook buckwheat with stewed meat and sour cream.
Online broadcast of the literary composition "Roads of war" dedicated to the Victory Day. Artists Vera Voronkova and Andrey Kuzichev will read fragments of the theater's actors ' memories of the years of the Great Patriotic War and perform military songs.
Television program Not Only Buckwheat. Italian chef Domenico Morfeo will teach the audience how to cook pasta alio olio and tagliatelle alla bolognese.
Little Tragedies. Moscow Pushkin Drama Theatre.
This is the second online broadcast from the branch of the Moscow Pushkin Drama Theatre. This time the theatre will feature A Feast in Time of Plague, one of the Little Tragedies by Alexander Pushkin, written during a cholera epidemic.
Television program Not Only Buckwheat. Aleksey Polyakov, chef of Probka na Tsvetnom, prepares financera, risotto with chicken liver and Parmigiano-Reggiano.
"Love Is a Fantasy..."
Moscow Pushkin Drama Theatre.
Television program Not Only Buckwheat. Sergey Klyuchanskiy, chef of BKLYN: Brooklyn Pizza Pie, makes stracciatella pizza and salad with tomatoes and burrata.
Television program Not Only Buckwheat. Cooking Beef Stroganoff.
Television program Not Only Buckwheat featuring Zhazhda Krovi restaurant. Making burgers.
Television program Not Only Buckwheat featuring Ruski restaurant. Alexander Volkov-Medvedev teaches how to cook traditional Russian dishes.
Television program Not Only Buckwheat featuring Mary Vanna restaurant. Culinary wonders are performed by journalist, TV host and photographer Mark Podrabinek.
Culinary art
Television program Not Only Buckwheat. Brand chef of the restaurant Viktor Beley will teach the audience how to cook buckwheat with stewed meat and sour cream.
Television program Not Only Buckwheat. Italian chef Domenico Morfeo will teach the audience how to cook pasta alio olio and tagliatelle alla bolognese.
Television program Not Only Buckwheat. Aleksey Polyakov, chef of Probka na Tsvetnom, prepares financera, risotto with chicken liver and Parmigiano-Reggiano.
Television program Not Only Buckwheat. Sergey Klyuchanskiy, chef of BKLYN: Brooklyn Pizza Pie, makes stracciatella pizza and salad with tomatoes and burrata.
Television program Not Only Buckwheat. Cooking Beef Stroganoff.
Television program Not Only Buckwheat featuring Zhazhda Krovi restaurant. Making burgers.
Television program Not Only Buckwheat featuring Ruski restaurant. Alexander Volkov-Medvedev teaches how to cook traditional Russian dishes.
Television program Not Only Buckwheat featuring Mary Vanna restaurant. Culinary wonders are performed by journalist, TV host and photographer Mark Podrabinek.
Theatres
Online broadcast of the literary composition "Roads of war" dedicated to the Victory Day. Artists Vera Voronkova and Andrey Kuzichev will read fragments of the theater's actors ' memories of the years of the Great Patriotic War and perform military songs.
Little Tragedies. Moscow Pushkin Drama Theatre
This is the second online broadcast from the branch of the Moscow Pushkin Drama Theatre. This time the theatre will feature A Feast in Time of Plague, one of the Little Tragedies by Alexander Pushkin, written during a cholera epidemic.
"Love Is a Fantasy..." Moscow Pushkin Drama Theatre
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