Theatrical Entr'acte

Musical Count Orlov

Producer Vladimir Tartakovskiy
Alexei Bolonin
Scriptwriter Libretto writer
Yuliy Kim
Director Alina Chevik
Director of Photography
Production Designer Theatre director
Vyacheslav Okunev
Director choreographer
Irina Korneeva
Lighting designer
Gleb Filshtinsky
Makeup and hair artist
Andrey Drykin
Production The Moscow Operetta Theatre
ZAO «Lazer-video multimedia»
Timing 120 min.
Year 2013
Age restriction 6+
Cinema Date/Time
KOSMOS THEATRE 7 September 14:00

Igor Balalaev
Teona Dolnikova
Ekaterina Guseva
Alexander Marakulin
Alexander Markelov
Sergey Lee
Vladislav Kiryuhin
Karine Asiryan



Count Orlov is a remarkable tale of love and betrayal. It is based on one of the most dramatic episodes in the history of the Russian Empire. As the real facts of those years remain veiled in mystery, the Moscow Operetta Theatre offers its version of the story brilliantly told by Yuliy Kim.
The play is set in the second half of the 18th century during the reign of Catherine the Great. Count Alexey Orlov, who has once contributed to Catherine the Great’s rise to power, falls out of favor and is sent away in disgrace to lead the navy in Italy. While there, he meets a beautiful young woman
named Elizabeth who has aspirations for the Russian crown. She claims to be the granddaughter of Peter the Great. In an attempt to win back Catherine's affection by uncovering Elizabeth's plans,
Orlov begins an affair. However, what starts off as an innocent fling soon turns into something far more serious.