1. Comedy about the philosopher Denis Diderot, as you did not represent him
2. The protagonist is a man who revolts against sanctimonious morality and ready-made prescriptions for all occasions.
3. The winner of the Kiev Pectoral in 2009 in the nominations "Best Chamber Performance" and "Best Male Role" - Denis Didro performed by Igor Rubashkin
The poignant and piquant comedy “The Libertine” recreates just one day in the life of the French philosopher Denis Diderot.
During the performance of Diderot, women are surrounded (not counting the annoying prudish secretary): the clever and insidious artist-fraud Anna Dorothea Tarbush, the infantile fashionista-wife, her all-free daughter, her slightly exalted friend and Mrs. Philosophy.
The famous philosopher Diderot should urgently write an article on morality in the Encyclopedia. However, representatives of the fair sex endlessly distract him from this serious and responsible occupation. Under the onslaught of women's claims, whims and intrigues, Diderot is not easy. After all, he is not only a philosopher, but also a living person, moreover, easily amenable to the impact of female charms. Diderot appears amorous, passionate, witty, ironic. He is a brilliant conversationalist, an original thinker, and most importantly, a man rebelling against sanctimonious morality and ready-made prescriptions for all occasions. But what about the article? Finish it will not be easy.
Playwright: Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt, France
Director: Alexander Kryzhanovsky
Actors: Ekaterina Kisten, Igor Rubashkin, Olga Larina, Lilia Nagornaya, Denis Martynov, Ekaterina Varchenko, Veronika Litkevich