The Moscow Theater “Workshop of P. N. Fomenko” is a Moscow theater founded by Pyotr Naumovich Fomenko in 1993.
The new multi-level theater building is located on the high slope of the Moskva River. On the roof of the building there is a lawn and a flower garden. The building is clad in natural stone using aluminum and steel panels. The interior of the theater was equipped according to the requirements of Pyotr Fomenko himself.
The theater has two stages and two halls for 450 and 150 seats. The Great Hall is a classical theater with boxes, stalls and an amphitheatre. The transformable proscenium allows you to arrange an orchestra pit or increase its depth so that the action of the performance can take place directly in the hall. In the two-tiered room of the small hall, a complex of lifting and lowering mechanisms and transformable shields are installed, with the help of which you can not only change the dimensions and proportions of the hall, but also open it to the outside space – to the embankment and the panorama of Moscow International Business Center.
In total, over the years of the theater’s existence, 50 performances have been created, and at the moment the repertoire includes 34.
Over the years, theater performances have taken part in various Russian and international theater festivals: Golden Mask (2000, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006), International Chekhov Festival (1998, 2007), Christmas Festival in Novosibirsk (1997, 2001), Vologda festival “Voices of History” (2001, 2005), the Sevastopol festival “Chersonese Games” (1993), the Polish festival “Contact” (1993, 1996), the Venice Biennale (1995), the festival in Avignon (1997), the Belgrade festival BITEF (1997, 2004), Bonn Theater Biennale (1997), Autumn Parisian (1998, 2002, 2003) and Autumn Madrid (2002, 2003, 2006) festivals, Lincoln Center Festival in New York (2004), international theater festival in Zagreb (2004, 2007), theater festival in Rome Russkij Festival (2004), Festival of Russian culture in Belgium “Europalia” (2005), festival “European Days of Culture in Karlsruhe” (Germany, 2006) , Iberoamerican Festival in Bogota (Colombia, 2006 ), International Arts Festival in Greece (2007).
In addition, the theater toured a lot and successfully in the cities of Russia, Ukraine, Latvia, Estonia, Europe, Latin America, the USA, China and Japan.
Address: embankment of Taras Shevchenko, 29, Moscow. Metro: Kutuzovskaya (Fili line), Kutuzovskaya (MCC), Vystavochnaya.
Tickets: 500–15000 ₽.
Performances: puppet, children’s, drama.
Main attractions and facilities around: Kiyevsky railway station, Europe Square, Savvinskaya Embankment, Rostovskaya embankment, Bogdan Khmelnitsky Bridge, Radisson Slavyanskaya hotel, Smolenskaya embankment, Borodinsky Bridge, COMECON building, Ukraina Hotel, Novoarbatsky bridge, White House, Krasnopresnenskaya embankment, Bagration Bridge.