All the world's a stage: Shakespeare at Kachalovsky Theatre à la Petersburg

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On 17 November, Kachalov Bolshoi Drama Theatre had a premiere – William Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew. Saint Petersburg director Igor Konyaev staged the plot of the classical comedy as a theatre performance within the play where everything is a merry and loud game, where there is a lot of music and naughtiness. Elena Ryashina (Katharina) and Ilya Slavutsky (Petruccio) played major roles.

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