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Their perspectives were valuable because they have a deeper understanding of what's going on in St. So what you are delving into by reading this essay is a neophyte view, not an exhaustive study.
Independent, and State- and City-Financed Theatres I was interested to hear opinions about censorship and repression in the Russian theatre. Artistic directors running the larger, state-run theatres don't see any restrictions on what they can produce.
I was also curious to hear what they are thinking about these days, in light of the political shifts taking place around the world.
During my brief ten-day visit, I interviewed a dozen theatre artists, including directors, artistic directors, producers, puppeteers, and designers.
Yet, some independent directors and smaller theatres feel pressure to avoid certain topics or types of performances.
There are laws against using coarse language, but mostly, artists are not confronted with any obstacles if they do use strong language.
"I studied with Dodin," remarked Aleksandrovsky, "but I do theatre the opposite way from Dodin.
Among the directors forging a new path are Semion Aleksandrovskiy and Dmitry Vokestrelov.
In addition to the large main stage, there is a smaller space for new writers or new takes on classic texts.
I found this to be the case in many of the state theatres.
While the Alexandrinsky school has a vital program for training playwrights, their work does not often make it onto the theatre's stages. Petersburg is not a new way for playwrights, but there are opportunities for new directors…St. It is a good place to find who is going to be big in five years.
Petersburg is a birthplace for directors' creative careers, who try to find a place, but often move to Moscow, where there is a larger theatre scene. As a state theatre, they are required to present a certain number of productions each year.