Friday, 27 May 2016

Nikolai Gogol's The Inspector General [Ревизор], directed by Meyerhold, 1928.

Scenes from The Inspector General (Ревизор, a comedy of five acts, originally published in 1836), written by the Russian playwright Nikolai Gogol (1809-1852) and directed by Vsevolod Emilevich Meyerhold (Все́волод Эми́льевич Мейерхо́льд 1874-1940) in 1928

Nikoläi Gogol's Le révizor, directed by Vsevolod Meyerhold, 1928
『検察官』 第2幕第4場
The Second act of this play, 1928?
『検察官』 グリブーニン(オシン)
Vladimir Gribunin, 1928?
"The Government Inspector, also known as The Inspector General (original title: Russian: Ревизор, Revizor, literally: "Inspector"), is a satirical play by the Russian and Ukrainian dramatist and novelist Nikolai Gogol. Originally published in 1836, the play was revised for an 1842 edition. Based upon an anecdote allegedly recounted to Gogol by Pushkin,[2] the play is a comedy of errors, satirizing human greed, stupidity, and the extensive political corruption of Imperial Russia."

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