Tuesday, 31 May 2016

The Lower Depth, written by A. Maxim Gorky (1868-1936), starring Klesch & Krivoy Zob & VISHNEVSKY (Tatar) probably at the Moscow Art Theatre in 1902

Scenes from The Lower Depth, written by the Russian playwright, A. Maxim Gorky (1868-1936),
directed by Konstantin Stanislavski at  the Moscow Art Theatre in 1902 with Klesch & Krivoy Zob & VISHNEVSKY (Tatar) starred 

Klesch & Krivoy Zob & VISHNEVSKY (Tatar) 

Pepel & Natasha& & VISHNEVSKY (Tatar)

A scene from the Moscow Art Theater production of Maxim Gorky s play The Lower Depths staged by Konstantin Stanislavky
"The Lower Depths (На дне, Na dne, literally: 'At the bottom') is the best known of Maxim Gorky's plays. It was written during the winter of 1901 and the spring of 1902. Subtitled "Scenes from Russian Life," it depicted a group of impoverished Russians living in a shelter near the Volga. Produced by the Moscow Arts Theatre on December 18, 1902, Konstantin Stanislavski directed and starred."

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