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Was it really? ...

Duration: 2 hours 40 minutes

Past events

  • Palace of Culture named after Lensoviet, St. Petersburg
  • House of officers Western Military District, St. Petersburg
  • Vyborg Palace of Culture, St. Petersburg
  • Vyborg Palace of Culture, St. Petersburg
  • Vyborg Palace of Culture, St. Petersburg
Stage Director:Sergey Skomorokhov
Authors:Sergey Skomorokhov and Boris Birman
Choreography:Irina Lyakhovskaya
Scenography and costumes:Elena Zolotareva
Makeup:Denis Raikov
Music directors:Arthur Eranosov and Alexey Ponomarev
Vocal teacher:Arthur Eranosov
Musical arrangements:Alexey Ponomarev and Alexander Lygun
Lighting designer:Ivan Nikitin
Sound engineer:Dmitry Biryukov

Actors and performers

Cast:Albert Asadullin, Andrei Smelov, Zoya Buriak, Yuliya Bashorina, Igor Golovin, Alexey Vasiliev, Andrey Dudin, Sergey Romanyuk, Stanislav Kazaku, Andrey Averkov, Irina Goryacheva, Maria Kapustinskaya, Alexander Makin, Natalya Tarynicheva, Natalya Vnukova, Anna Titova, Anton Pulit, Mikhail Solovyov, Andrey Gulnev, Konstantin Chekhovsky, Nikita Rogov, Lyubov Ostrovskaya

Musical and drama performance.
The performance is a lyrical story about time and human destinies. The piercing history of the city and country! But behind the changes of eras - the Soul of the city remains unchanged. She is not lost, not broken, not bloodless! And this makes the performance a true declaration of love for St. Petersburg!

We invite you to travel through time and plunge into the atmosphere of Soviet Leningrad. The years of war and blockade, the thaw and the Soviet New Year, a cheerful childhood and space flights of the 60s, Beatlemania of the 70s and the dashing 90s. The guides of this journey will be Honored Artist of the RSFSR Albert Asadullin, Andrei Smelov and other actors from the best theaters in St. Petersburg.

You will hear the best songs of Soviet composers, you will see magnificent dances and beautiful scenery ... This performance can rightfully be called: MUSIC OF A GONE EPIC.

The play includes works by A. Pakhmutova, N. Dobronravov, I. Dunaevsky, V. Solovyov-Sedy, N. Bogoslovsky, M. Fradkin, L. Oshanin, A. Galich, D. Tukhmanov, P. McCartney and others.