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"COUNT NULIN" By A.S. Pushkin (Special program "Chekhov +")

"COUNT NULIN" By A.S. Pushkin (Special program "Chekhov +")

information

Age limit:

12+

Duration:

1 hour 20 minutes without intermission

Place:

Melikhovo, Theater yard

Directors

Vladimir Borisov, Andrey Litvinov

Theatre

Leo Tolstoy Lipetsk State Academic Drama Theater

upcoming event

26 May 2024, Su

17:00

About the event

“Count Nulin” is a short comic poem written by Pushkin in just two mornings on December 13 and 14, 1825, during his exile in Mikhailovskoye. “There are strange connections…” the poet dropped...

It is believed that this work is Pushkin's first realistic poem. In “Count Nulin”, Russian nature, life and everyday life of the most ordinary, unremarkable people are shown in vivid, accurate and at the same time poetic pictures.

In the intimate space for the audience, the characters of the comic poem will appear in reality, coming to life from the text... But the authors of the play deliberately refuse the technique of recreating the details of everyday life and nature. The characters and the whole world around them are the space of the pages of the book.

We invite viewers to “read” the book with us, rather than see its illustration. Through Pushkin's text and the self-irony of the performers, the audience is given the opportunity to create their own visualization of history.

"Count Nulin", created as a parody joke, gave a new attitude to the ups and downs of love, which can be ironized in a kind way. And, again and again, enjoy the unique Universe of the genius of Pushkin.

Frequently Asked Questions

Opening hours of the Melikhovo Museum and its branches

Museum-Reserve A.P. Chekhov's "Melikhovo"

Monday – day off
Tuesday-Sunday from 10.00 to 17.00 (the museum ticket office is open until 16.45)
Last Friday of the month – sanitary day

Melikhovo School

Monday, Tuesday – days off
Wednesday-Sunday – from 10.00 to 16.45
Last Friday of the month – sanitary day

Museum of Letters of A.P. Chekhov. Post and telegraph office st. Lopasnya

Monday, Tuesday – days off
Wednesday-Sunday from 10.00 to 17.00
Last Friday of the month – sanitary day

Museum “Lopasnya-Zachatievskoye Estate”

Monday, Tuesday – days off
Wednesday-Sunday from 10.00 to 17.00 (the museum ticket office is open until 16.45)
Last Friday of the month – sanitary day

Memorial School, p. Novosyolki (literary exhibition “In the world of Chekhov’s heroes”)

Memorial school in the village of Novoselki due to technical reasons, SUSPENDS ITS WORK UNTIL DECEMBER 31, 2024. We apologize!

Address of the Melikhovo Museum and its branches

A.P. Chekhov's Museum-Reserve "Melikhovo"

142326, Russian Federation, Moscow region, Chekhov urban district, Melikhovo village,  territory of   "A.P. Chekhov's Museum-Reserve "Melikhovo".

Melikhovskaya School.

142326, Russian Federation, Moscow region, Chekhov urban district, Melikhovo village

Museum of A.P. Chekhov's letters. Post and telegraph office Lopasnya st. Lopasnya

142301, Russian Federation, Moscow region, Chekhov city, 4a Chekhova str.

Museum «Lopasnya-Zachatievskoye Estate»

142300, Russian Federation, Moscow region, Chekhov city, 10 Pushkina str.

Memorial School, village. Novosyolki  (literary exposition "In the World of Chekhov's Heroes")

142326, Russian Federation, Moscow region, Chekhov urban district, Novosyolki village

How to get to the Anton Chekhov Museum-Reserve "Melikhovo" by public transport?

Byus: From metro station. Lesoparkovaya, bus #365 (1365) to Chekhov station. Chekhov, then by bus/route taxi №25 (Nerastannoe) to the stop Melikhovo village.

By train: From Kursk station, take an electric train to Chekhov station. Chekhov, then by bus/route taxi №25 (Nerastannoe) to the stop Melikhovo village.