Boris Godunov

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czar of Russia (1551-1605)

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Boris Godunov is at Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry, from tomorrow night until Saturday (Box office: 024 7652 4524).
The festival routinely mounts Russian works such as Ruslan and Lyudmila, A Life for the Tsar, Boris Godunov, Khovanshchina, Yevgeny Onegin and the like.
Boris Godunov, better known in the West through Mussorgsky's opera, is a classic of Russian theatre reinterpreted as a modern political thriller by director Declan Donnellan of Cheek-by-Jowl, whose staging of The Winter's Tale with the Maly Theatre of St Petersburg was also seen at Warwick two years ago.
Pushkin's Boris Godunov has been turned into an erotic tour-de-force by British director Declan Donnellan
A 50FT CATWALK will be taking over Warwick Arts Centre next week as international stage hit Boris Godunov comes to Coventry direct from Moscow.
Along with the huge sums of money he squandered over the years, he also lost the fourth chapter of Eugene Onegin and a book of lyric poems along with chunks of Boris Godunov at the gambling tables.
It gave Canada the premieres of such important works as Rimsky-Korsakov's Le coq d'or, Mozart's Com fan tutte, Verdi's Don Carlos, Prokofiev's Love for Three Oranges, and led audiences to appreciate such masterpieces as Falstaff, Fidelio and Boris Godunov.
English National Opera opted for the earliest, seven-scene version of Mussorgsky's Boris Godunov for its new production.
I was in Moscow for a preview of Declan Donnellan's production (with a hand-picked cast of Muscovite actors) of Pushkin's Boris Godunov, a highlight of the West Midlands theatre year when it visited Warwick Arts Centre.
After War and Peace, he'll be directing Boris Godunov at English National Opera in London and, within the next half year or so, Nabucco and Don Carlos.
While Boris Godunov, Die Zauberflote and Don Carlos figured prominently (with Talvela singing Boris, Sarastro and Phillip II), three Finnish operas were also staged, two of them remounted.
Much of it is devoted to a discussion involving Pyotr Tchaikovsky's Oprichnik, Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov's Pskovityanka, and Eduard Napravnik's Nizhegorodtsi (an echt-Taruskin piece of research), the writings of the historians Karamzin and Kostomarov (particularly interesting), and the relationship of all these to Boris Godunov, especially the "Kromy" scene.
We have two companies at the moment, Cheek by Jowl and a Russian company that grew out of our production of Boris Godunov," Donellan explains.
BORIS GODUNOV - Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry, until Saturday.