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elena-di-veneria:

Again - about Russian version of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera. Now about 100 workers from Netherlands, Great Britain, Germany and Russia install the sets. For this musical’s purposes they made the stage deeper, higher and broader in several meters. Now it height is 9m, and 9m aloft there are steelworks and cables. Light and sound equipments are completely replaced with new.
About 22 transfer trucks of equipment came to Moscow. It’s twice as much than Stage Entertainment organized for its other productions in Moscow over the last 10 years. To put sets and equipment inside the theatre, workers had to take to pieces the main entrance.
The total cost of work is about 200 mln Rubles (>5.5 mln USD).

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jolselin:

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Vera Sveshnikova is the love of my life

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matheusmarchetti:

Sergey Denisov (Alfred) and Elena Gazaeva (Sarah) in a really beautiful, tender moment of “Draußen ist Freiheit (Reprise)” from the St. Petersburg production of “Tanz der Vampire”
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matheusmarchetti:

Sergey Denisov (Alfred) and Elena Gazaeva (Sarah) in a really beautiful, tender moment of “Draußen ist Freiheit (Reprise)” from the St. Petersburg production of “Tanz der Vampire

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jolselin:

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jolselin:

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jolselin:

I love old rehearsal photos.

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wilwarien:

nopeeee

wilwarien:

nopeeee

jolselin:

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jolselin:

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matheusmarchetti:

Sergey Denisov as Alfred singing “Für Sarah” in the St. Petersburg production of “Tanz der Vampire

(…in other words, the most impossibly perfect and beautiful and adorable thing ever and I simply can’t)

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