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Theatre...but not the Bolshoi

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Theatre...but not the Bolshoi

I am visiting Moscow in August and wanted to take in a theatre / ballet performance. I always wanted to go to the Bolshoi but see that it is closed for Summer break.

Please could somebody suggest the "next best" theatre in Moscow, and a link to their website would be great.

2nd question. Does anybody know any good gym near Sportivnaya metro please?

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1. Re: Theatre...but not the Bolshoi

in August most of Moscow theaters are closed for summer break.

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Stanislavsky is the next one on the pecking order but likely closed too.

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As someone trying to answer the same question for myself, my tentative answer is the Russian Academic Youth Theatre, at Teatralnaya Square. It seems to have ballet performances then, but not yet bookable on line. Anyone have input on that option?

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Bolshoi theatre ballet in august is on the tour to London to R.O. h. . In Moscow practically all serious teatres are empty in august. The last ballet is Mayerling 28.07. with great dancer Sergei Polunin in Stanislavskiy stage http://www.stanmus.com/tickets.html?did=2805

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For TFCurves

You may have known this already but in case: the National Gallery of Art in DC is having a nice exhibit on Ballets Russes, a company found by Russian Sergio Diaghilev. He was known for his innovative approaches and collaborations with famous artists, composers, designers into his dancing. It's a visually stunning exhibit. It goes until Oct 6 I believe, and here is a digital brochure on it:


My homegrown version:


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