Night of her Revelations

Erick Asu, the author of the play originally called Narrow Curves, dedicated it specifically to the famous French actor Alain Delon. Valery Nicolaev, a film and theatre actor, became Nastya’s partner. Only two actors appear on the stage in front of the spectators, and their breath-taking story of acquaintance develops into a real detective full of comedy and adventures.

  • Role: Juliette
  • Director: Pyotr Belyshkov
  • Theatre: Contemporary Non-Repertory Theatre

Erick Asu, the author of the play originally called Narrow Curves, dedicated it specifically to the famous French actor Alain Delon. Valery Nicolaev, a film and theatre actor, became Nastya’s partner. Only two actors appear on the stage in front of the spectators, and their breath-taking story of acquaintance develops into a real detective full of comedy and adventures.

Pecularities of the National Marriage

In a performance after a play by A. N. Ostrovsky Woolves and Sheep, Glafira (the protagonist by Nastya Zadorozhnaya) defines her own destiny trying to enter into a marriage of convenience with a rich landlord Linyaev, a prototype of today’s oligarchs.   

  • Role: Glafira
  • Director: Pyotr Belyshkov
  • Theatre: Contemporary Non-Repertory Theatre

Performance after a play by A. N. Ostrovsky Woolves and Sheep

Russia has always been rich in talents and resources… as well as fraudsters. The situations where power, big money and people are involved were acute at the times of Ostrovsky, and so are they today.

A powerful schemer Murzavetskaya is fascinated by the idea of adding a splendid neighboring mansion to her estate, planning an illegal takeover, as we could have called it now. This mansion belongs to a widow Kupavina, wealthy and naïve, representing contemporary oligarchs’ wives. Glafira, played by Nastya Zadorozhnaya, acts like a secret weapon of Murzavetskaya in this fight. She is a poor yet cunning girl. Still, Glafira, paying no attention to her aunt’s indications, takes her fate in her own hands, trying to arrange a marriage of convenience with a rich landlord Linyaev, a prototype of today’s oligarchs. Chugunov, a dishonest official who manages the property of Kupavina, as well gets involved in this dark scheme. But very soon the plan of Murzavetskaya gets out of control…

The issues raised by Ostrovsky in his masterpiece are topical till nowadays.

Different Me

Vika and Nika (both played by Nastya Zadorozhnaya) are like two peas in a pod, still their characters are totally different. Once Vika, eye-catching and flamboyant, convinces her  unremarkable sister to replace her at work, heading on a trip along Ukraine with a stranger from social networks. Smuggling, adventures, detentions and – of course – love – are all twisted in one in a 4-series chick-flick directed by Olga Zolotareva!