The Golden Age choreography by Yuri Grigorovich

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The Golden Age; Libretto by Yuri Grigorovich and Isaak Glikman; Yuri Grigorovich, choreographer; Dmitry Shostakovich, composer; Bolshoi orchestra; Pavel Klinichev, conductor; Simon Virsaladze, Sets and Costumes; Mikhail Sokolov, Lighting Designer; Rita,young girl, who appears under the name of Melle Margot,in a variety show (Golden Age Restaurant); Nina Kaptsova; Boris,young fisherman & actor with the agit-prop theatre for working youths; Ruslan Skvortsov; Yashka,Leader of a gang of bandits; also Mr Jacques-Rita's partner; Mikhail Lobukhin; Lyuska, friend & accomplice to Jacques; Ekaterina Krysanova; Variety show compere, Golden Age Restaurant; Vyacheslav Lopatin; Young fishermen who take part in the performances of the agitprop theatre; Alexei Matrakhov - Egor Sharkov - Daria Bochkova - Anastasia Gubanova - Daria Lovtsova - Svetlana Pavlova - Evgenia Savarskaya - Mikhail Kryuchkov - Artur Mkrtchyan - Maxim Oppengeym - Anton Savichev - Evgeny Truposkiadi; 2 drunk Nepmen; Alexei Loparevich - Alexander Petukhov; Billiard marker; Sergei Minakov; 2 young couples; Angelina Karpova - Nelli Kobakhidze - Karim Abdullin - Ivan Alexeyev; Bandit; Anna Balukova-Elvina Ibraimova-Yelena Panina - Yanina Parienko - Xenia Sorokina - Batyr Annadurdyev - Ivan Prazdnikov - Roman Simachev - Alexei Tedeyev - Alexander Vodopetov - Daria Gurevich; Nepmen,usual clientele; Anna Antropova - Kristina Karasyova - Maria Mishina - Xenia Pchelkina - Irina Semirechenskaya - Alexander Fadeyechev - Yuri Ostrovsky - Egor Simachev - Andrei Sitnikov - Ilya Vorontsov; Girls; Xenia Averina - Olga Barichka - Anastasia Denisova - Elena Kasiyanova - Sophia Lyubimova - Ilona Matsiy Kiryushkina - Tamara Mironova - Alexandra Rakitina- Margarita Shrainer - Vlada Zakharova- Nino Asatiani - Anna Baranova - Natalia Lomakina - Oxana Sharova - Maria Zharkova - Dmitry Efremov - Ivan Filchev - Egor Khromushin - Alexei Kostin - Vladislav Kozlov; Recorded on October 13 & 16, 2016 at the Bolshoi Theater; TV Director, Vincent Bataillon (103 min)