Do not miss this unique chance to get an insight into mysterious Russian soul through the beautiful words of the country’s two most prominent poets: Pushkin and Vysotsky
And the best part: you even do not need to know Russian!
presents: Multi-language, multimedia original production:
This program reveals that real art transcends both time and language barriers.
American lawyer, poet, playwright, and brilliant translator Julian Lovenfeld performing his original English translation of a dialogue between Don Guan and Donna Anna in “Little Tragedies” by Pushkin. The same episode will play on-screen as performed by Vladimir Vysotsky in the 1978 Soviet television film made of the same work.
Singer and guitarist Vadim Astrakhan will be performing original English translations of a few of Vysotsky songs.
$20 for adults. $15 for students with valid student IDs, 10% discount for groups of 5 and more.
April 12th Starting at 6 pm.
First Unitarian Church
2125 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
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Only very limited amount of tickets will be available at the door.
Owners of Chicceteria Venezia, will be happy to give a complimentary glass of wine and 10% discount from the bill for the ticket holders from April 7 - 14th
E-Z Park provides $2 discount from the regular price of $12 for the attendees at the parking lot on
14-24 S. 21st street. Customers must present their ticket stub to an attendant to receive the $2.
This production has been made possible through the support of Consulate General of Russian Federationin New York. Russian Mosaica Festival Programming is supported through the grant of Philadelphia Cultural Fund.