Helsingin sanomat OP-Pohjola Kemira S-ryhmä Accenture Eastway Elisa Taloussanomat

Opus 7, Laboratory of Dmitri Krymov / Stage

A long-time Helsinki Festival favourite, Dmitri Krymov's new two-part production is an examination of grief, loneliness and Russian identity. Premiere in November 2007, Moscow.

Moscow Theatre School of Dramatic Art
Director Dmitri Krymov
Set design Vera Martynova, Maria Tregubova
Cast Anna Sinyakina, Natalia Gorchakova, Maksim Maminov, Sergey Melkonyan, Michail Umanets, Arkady Kirichenko, Varvara Voetskova, Maria Gulik

Performed in Russian with surtitles in Finnish


The Stage Festival, produced in cooperation between Korjaamo Theatre and Helsinki Festival, showcases the best in contemporary European drama. This year, the Festival turns its focus to the lot of human beings in a fast-changing world. What happens when individual freedoms collide with unpredictable and unknowable social movements, it asks?

Since its inception, the Stage has gone on to claim its position as a prominent European theatre festival. The 2009 programme features ten international visitors, two Finnish premieres and a review of Finnish theatre. A total of fifty performances will take place at the Korjaamo festival hub and other theatres and venues across Helsinki.



Photo: Natalia Cheban



Wed 26/8  at 20.00 
Thu 27/8  at 20.00 


2h 30 min, intermission


33 / 26 €
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