Natasha's Dream (in English)


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Sensational news!

NewRep Theatre, one of the most known professional theaters in the Boston area has chosen to present the production of “Natasha’s Dream” by Arlekin Players Theatre to their audience. We are thrilled to be a part of this partnership!

After returning from a world tour USA - RUSSIA - ARMENIA, “Natasha” is back!

“Natasha” is to perform at the Mosesian Theater (Watertown Center for the Arts) in February. We're thrilled to have the honor of sharing "Natasha's Dream" on their stage, and being selected from all the theaters in Boston.

Performance dates:
Tuesday, February 14 at 7:30pm
Monday, February 20 at 7:30pm
Tuesday, February 21 at 7:30pm

New Rep Presents continues the conversations we explore during our season, channeling our mission to speak powerfully to the essential ideas of our time. New Rep Presents expands the discussion and delves into topics that have become the cornerstone.

New Repertory Theatre is the award-winning, professional theatre company in residence at the Mosesian Center for the Arts in Watertown, MA. For over 30 years, New Rep has been a leader of self-produced theatre in greater Boston.

New Rep’s Mission
New Repertory Theatre produces plays that speak powerfully to the vital ideas of our time.

Arlekin Players Theatre was created in Boston in 2009 and has since toured in New York, Chicago, Hartford, Monaco, Moscow, Yerevan and Lviv. Essentially, they are a company of immigrants performing works that play on the ideas of cross-culture, home, and traditions, challenging the idea of nationality, and finding common themes that unite us all.

Artistic Bios
Darya Denisova (Natasha) joined Arlekin’s Studio in 2013, during which time she was also studying acting at the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts in Moscow (graduated in 2016). Denisova absorbs the energy of her viewers, and from her first word, she is Natasha in dialogue with her audience, trying to open her confined space and mind, and showing there is so much more within.

Igor Golyak (Director and Arlekin Players Artistic Director) graduated from the prestigious Schukin Theatre Institute in Moscow, Russia in 2002 with a specialization in acting. At the same time, he acquired a professional teaching/directing degree from the Russian Academy of Theater Arts in Moscow. Igor has taught seminars at Wellesley College, Russian Academy of Theatre Arts/Middlesex University, Moscow Specialized Institute for the Arts, ARBOS Theatre festival, Arlekin Players Theatre, Igor Golyak Acting Studio.

Author: Yaroslava Pulinovich
Translator: John Freedman

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