The plastic solution of Michael Shikuly. Michael Bulgakov
17. XI. In 1921, from a hungry and cold Moscow, an obscure litzotrudnik, hiding his medical past, Mikhail Bulgakov wrote to his mother in Kiev: “At night I write frantically“ The Notes of the Zemstvo Doctor ”...
It is difficult to say what the "Notes" looked like in 1921 - the manuscripts are not preserved. The name has changed. All of them under the same cover will be collected only in 1981. Such little controllable states, such as: sleep, delirium, double and triple vision, mental bifurcation, coma, etc., are well known to Bulgakov, the doctor and the person who survived the disease. , operations, contusion, action of drugs.
In the summer of 1917, an event occurred that almost cost Bulgakov life. Infected with diphtheria and, experiencing severe pain, he began to prick with morphine, which became a destructive habit. His wife saved him from death by giving him smaller doses.
In the story "Morphine" biographical features are doubled, or vice versa, laid out on two people, on both sides of the disease. Everything mysterious, mysterious, ritual, bestowed on the man by the Almighty, caused a burning interest in Bulgakov, the physician and the writer.
The great miracle of birth, like the mystery of death, is perceived by him in close connection with nature. As a writer, he could seriously appreciate the "neutral strip" of the human psyche, wrapping creative ecstasy and prophetic insights.
Characters and performers:
Sergey Polyakov - art. Mikhail SHIKULA
Bomgard - art. Mikhail GERASIMCHUK
Anna Kirillovna - art. Elena OGORODNIYCHUK
Psychiatrist - art. Dmitry BAZAY
Amneris - Hon. art. Of Ukraine, the winner of the prize. Stanislavsky (Russia) Lyudmila Lymar
Medical Assistant Marya - Tatiana Bondarenko, Leila Dzhabiyeva
Staging, musical decision and set design of the play zasl. art. Of Ukraine, laureate of the State Prize. Stanislavsky (Russia) Lyudmila Lymar