Cabaret Dinabourg premiered on April, 22nd in Daugavpils theater – sensual show in which musical numbers, plastic performances, elements of circus art and reflections of quartet of the entertainer about multifaceted nature of relations between the man and the woman were intertwined.
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The creators of Cabaret Dinabourg have deliberately abandoned the stereotypes associated with this genre to show that cabaret culture can be significantly different from what we are used to seeing. The cancan has been replaced by sensual plastic, and the feather fan is replaced by modern stylized costumes. Only the spirit of the cabaret remains unchanged – the atmosphere of celebration and freedom.
“The idea to create a cabaret appeared during an emergency situation, when the theater’s repertoire was replenished with new performances, but they could not be shown to spectators due to restrictions on public events,” says director Oleg Shaposhnikov. An unusual cultural phenomenon, which would combine the diversity of the performing arts and the talents of local performers, so together with the troupe of the Daugavpils Theater in the cabaret show participate and other talented citizens – soloists, musicians, pupils of the circus studio. these are its inhabitants. “
Spectators can watch the new cabaret show at tables on the ground floor or on the balcony, where the seats are traditionally located. Jazz improvisations are played before the show and in the intermission.
Cabaret Dinabourg features: Alexander Komarov, Zanda Mankopa, Elena Netesina, Ritvar Gailums, Kristina Zakharova, Natalia Koton, Alisa May, Mark Shelutko, Alina Kalina, Luiza Prokofieva, Artem Afanasyev, Wanda Gibovskaya, Svetla Pairoeva, Evgeny Moizalova Daria Shakalova, Alexandra Kohuts, Alisa Matveeva, Miroslav Blakunov, Otto Kovchi, Artur Rudzitis, Oleg Shaposhnikov, Svetlana Blazhevich, Egor Korobkov.
Director of Cabaret Dinabourg – Oleg Shaposhnikov, author of the libretto – Alexander Komarov, choreographer – Irina Bogeruk, set designer and costume designer – Inga Bermaka, light artist – Sergei Vasiliev.
The performance is in Latvian and Russian, addressed to audiences over 16 years old. Performance duration: 2 hours 30 minutes (with a break).
The next performances are on May 20 and 21, starting at 20:00.
Tickets – at the box office of the Daugavpils theater (phone for inquiries 654 26520), at the box office Biļešu paradīze and on the Internet at www.bilesuparadize.lv.