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adapted by Howard Colyer
presented by Ballast Theatre
directed by Scott Le Crass

The Civil War is drawing to an end in Russia. The White Army is disintegrating and a wave of refugees is about to descend on Turkey, and then spread across Europe. Bulgakov’s play follows the fate of a small group of Russians from the Crimea to Constantinople to Paris. It is a tragic comedy that was never staged during the life of its author due to the opposition of Stalin.

Howard Colyer is a playwright and novelist. His previous works include Never Have I Seen Mount Fuji (2013), Mandrake (2013), Trojan Women (2013), Kafka v Kafka (2012), Finchley Road (2012), Homework (2011), Conference Call (2011) and The Overcoat (2011). His novels include Gregory Gun and Oldshaw, he has also translated Kafka’s Letter to my Father.
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David Bromley
Commander-in-Chief/Tikhii/Artur
Piers Hunt
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Bronagh Lagan
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