This planned year-long program includes an educational lecture-concert presentation, a staged reading and a full-fledged theatrical play production.
This production, which was performed three times during the festival, marked the first presentation of The Water Nymph to American audiences.
The New York Times Book Review described The Master and Margarita as “one of the greatest novels of the twentieth-century”. Bulgakov completed his work on the novel in 1940 then died shortly afterwards. A censored version was first published in Moskva magazine 26 years after his death. The full uncensored version of the novel was finally published in 1973.
This stage reading is made possible thanks to the generosity of Arts Council of New Orleans and through the generosity of our individual donors!
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