The award was given to Mikhail Bychkov "for the creation of an innovative theatre and festival movement in the homeland of Andrey Platonov"
A meet-the-artist event with Grigory Sluzhitel took place and a choreographic performance of the Chamber Theatre was presented as a part of the Voronezh Case programme.
The artist was replaced due to the illness of Vladislav Sulimsky
A scientific conference and a meet-the-artist event opened the literary programme of the festival and the second showing of the performance "Lё Tartuffe. Comedy" and the choreographic performance of the Opera and Ballet Theatre within the framework of the "Voronezh case" programme took place.
Within the framework of the programme, creative meetings and master classes with directors and actors - participants of the tenth Platonov Arts Festival will be held.
The festival audience saw two video screenings of the international programme as well as a Moscow staging of the 17th century comedy, two performances of the Voronezh case programme, one of them being the premiere of the Chamber Theatre.
The concert "Brahms' String Sextets", the last showing of the performance by Konstantin Bogomolov, a video screening of the new version of the opera by Georges Bizet and a Voronezh performance based on A.N. Ostrovsky were held.
Russian Academic Youth Theatre will not be able to come to Voronezh due to the illness of the actress
The third festival exhibition - "The Foundation Pit" by Sergey Baranov, was opened, and a solo concert by the pianist Mikhail Pletnev took place. The second showings of the performances "Second Hand Time" and "Crime and Punishment" took place. The programme of video screenings "World Theatre on the Screen" continues.
Showings of the performances "Second Hand Time" of the Omsk Drama Theatre, "Crime and Punishment" of the St. Petersburg Theatre "Priyut Comedianta" were held. The video screening of the opera "Alcina" opened the international programme "World Theatre on the Screen".
The jubilee festival opened with two large-scale exhibitions dedicated to the Russian avant-garde of the 20th century