‘The Birth of Stalin’ Theatre Performance

06 Jun , 19:00–21:00
Theatrical performances, concerts

The Birth of Stalin is a play by Valery Fokin about spiritual and moral revival, about the transformation of the young revolutionary Joseph Dzhugashvili into a leader, about the disappearance of a man and the birth of a tyrant.
The performance is in Russian with simultaneous translation into English.
The legendary Alexandrinsky Theatre is the oldest national imperial theatre in Russia. It was established by Order of Empress Elizabeth, daughter of Peter the Great, on 30 August 1756. Alexandrinsky Theatre spawned Russian theatre as a whole, and the date of its foundation is considered the anniversary of Russian professional theatre.

This event is by ticket only, which can be ordered through the personal web office.

The ticket is paid by the participant separately.