Upcoming shows

Ballet-phantasmagoria in 2 acts
Beginning: 3.10.2019 - 19:00
Completion: 21:45
Master and Margarita
D. Shostakovich, H. Berlioz, J. S. Bach, P. Gabriel et al.
Master and Margarita
За мотивами однойменного роману Михайла Булгакова.
 
Музична композиція та хореографія Давида Авдиша.
STAGING PLAN
 
Act 1
 
Manuscripts do not burn (Master Monologue)
Building (Moscow is being built)
Bezdomny (Dreams)
Berlioz and Bezdomny
The appearance of Woland
Voland and company
Woland and Berlioz
The Last Supper
Pilate and Yeshua
Flagellation
Patriarch's Ponds
Koroviev and Behemoth mocking Berlioz
The chase after Koroviev and Behemoth
The Death of Berlioz
Round-up
Bezdomny
Madhouse
The story of Master and Pilate
Crucifix
Judah
The seduction of Judas
Death of Judas
Memories of the first meeting of Master and Margarita
Master tells Margarita the story of his novel
The Search
The Destruction of manuscripts
The solitude of Margo
City of Ghosts, the search of Master
The Prayer
 
Act 2
 
The Funeral of Berlioz
Master (Memories of Margarita)
Monologueof Margot
The appearance of Woland and company
Temptation
Witch
Flight
Magic lake
Margot and satires
Voland and Margot
The Ball
The Uninvited guests
The mocking death of Behemoth
Dealing with NKVD
The Triumph Woland and company
Duet of Master and Margot, their death
The greatness of Woland
Epilogue (Souls)
 
 
 
Lists of musical works that used in ballet
"THE MASTER AND MARGARITA"

Act 1
 
JS Bach «Aria»
Shostakovich (Symphony No. 4, Part I)
Judas seduction «Dead can dance»
D.Schostakovich. Symphony 8, Part II and the beginning of the fourth

Act 2
 
Shostakovich. Symphony 4, Part III
Jacques Offenbach. "Cancan"
Shostakovich (Symphony I, Part V)
Berlioz. Fantastic Symphony 5
J. Strauss. The beautiful Blue Danube
G. Mahler. Symphony 5 «Adajio»
Shostakovich (Symphony No. 4, Part IV)
 
 
Газета "День"
"Вистава Давида Авдиша — це не інтерпретація сюжету роману «Майстер і Маргарита», а спроба розкрити танцювально- пластичною мовою балетного театру (не вистави, а саме театру) дух булгаковського тексту, як філософську притчу через умовно-історичні аналоги."