1. One-man show with magnificent Lydia Yaremchuk
2. A different view of the story of Natasha Rostova
3. Music that complements the monologue
National Academic Theater of Russian Drama named after Lesia Ukrainka invites to the solo performance "Marriages Are Made in Heaven." The composition was created by the People's Artist of Ukraine, laureate of the National Prize named after T. G. Shevchenko and the Kiev Pectoral Prize by Lydia Yaremchuk.
“Marriages are made in heaven” is an author’s rethinking of the life story of the heroine of Leo Tolstoy’s novel “War and Peace”. The unusual format of the stage reading allows the stunning actress to reveal new, elusive features in the character of her heroine, to shade it with a deeper range of feelings and emotions. Natasha Rostova performed by Lydia Yaremchuk appears as a meek and indecisive dreamer, now - mired in everyday life, tired of the routine of a woman. But what you can’t deny to Natasha’s image is her unsolved mystery. The young lady circled the cavaliers so easily and easily, playfully captivating the hearts of the men who knew her.
So what role does she face - a charming young beauty or a sedate mistress? Can the heroine herself figure this out and does she need an understanding of the truth? In the monologue of Lydia Yaremchuk, subtle, unobtrusive answers will sound. Read between the lines. Come and enjoy the ingenious play of the actress, the intimacy of the stage performance and beautiful atmospheric music.
The author of the composition is Lydia Yaremchuk.
Director - Leonid Ostropolsky.
Performance without intermission.
Duration - 1 hour 10 minutes.