Enough Stupidity in Every Wise Man

Enough Stupidity in Every Wise Man
by Aleksandr Ostrovsky
Director: Gennady Mushpert
Design: Olga Shcherbinskaya
Music arrangement: Anatoly Kandyba
Written in 1868, the play "Enough Stupidity in Every Wise Man" is still relevant today, as the theme of young people trying by any means to make a career, does not age.
Egor Glumov is a very charming and attractive young man. He knows how to win the favor of a conservative, reformer, worldly-wise woman and a naive young lady. Glumov turns out to be so charismatic that people do not see the real motives of his actions.
Even after more than a hundred years since the first publication of the play, we are surprised to find how modern it is. After all, times change but the morals remain the same.
Cast:
Honored Artist of the Republic of Belarus Aleksandr Shelkoplyasov, Igor Ulanov, Honored Actress of the Republic of Belarus Lyudmila Volkova, Aleksandr Kologriv, Aleksandr Demyanov, Sergey Savko, Aleksey Stonoga, Oksana Mashinkova, Oksana Plikus, Anna Ivanova, Irina Kupchenko, Elena Krasikova, Tatyana Ablens, Maria Meleshko.
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Opening night: 14 March 2015 
Language: Russian   
Ages: 12+