all-female company directed by Phyllida Lloyd,
new prologue by Gary Yershon.
Shakespeare’s Globe, Bankside, London.
Pushkin is the father of Russian literature and, arguably, the creator of modern literary Russian language. His poetry is still recited in Russian schools – but how relevant is his work to a nineties audience? To celebrate the bicentenary of Pushkin’s birth, theatre composer Gary Yershon assesses his importance to poets and novelists in post-Communist […].../ ➝