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Theatre: Bulgakov’s Dreams, UK Theatre
April 19, 2013 - April 21, 2013
Open Dress Rehearsal Friday
Performances Saturday and Sunday
Reynolds Building No. 1 on the UK campus
Bulgakov's Dreams is a historical drama that follows the life of the Soviet writer, Mikhail Bulgakov. Throughout the play, the audience will be taken on a journey not only through Bulgakov's novella Heart of a Dog and play The Days of the Turbins, but also through his own story of overcoming censorship and ridicule; these elements are blended to create an accurate portrayal of his life.Bulgakov’s Dreams, written and directed by Herman Daniel Farrell III, Associate Professor in the Theatre Department, is a historical drama based on primary and secondary sources that chronicle the life and work of Mikhail Bulgakov. The play is being produced by students in Farrell's Staging History course and Theatre Majors in conjunction with the University of Kentucky’s year-long Reimagining Russia’s Realms programming. Because the play will be presented in an environmental staging technique, the audience will be required to stand and walk throughout the performance*. Presented Saturday April 20th and Sunday April 21st at 7:30 in the University of Kentucky Reynolds Building, with an Open Dress Rehearsal Friday April 19th at 7:30. For reservations please contact firstname.lastname@example.org *The performance will be handicap accessible.