YAMA, THE HELLHOLE in New York

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Saturday, 20 AUG • 2022, 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Pushkin Hall
165 W 86th St, New York, NY 10024 View Map

This summer, the stage heats up at Pushkin Hall as we present Yama, The Hellhole, adapted from Aleksander Kuprin's heartbreaking novel.

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A gripping tale of brothels, women, and love, Yama caused a scandal when it was first published in the early 20th century. Today, it remains one of the most detailed and candid accounts of Russian prostitution and the dark side of decadence. Acclaimed director Aleksey Burago adapts and directs Kuprin's novel for the stage, featuring actors Michael Anne Hoffert-Cone, Luisa Menzen, Tom Schubert, Lana Stimmler, Naira Zakaryan, and Di Zhu.

***Please note this show contains nudity.***

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The Russian Arts Theater is helmed by award-winning director and GITIS graduate Aleksey Burago, a protégé of the world-renowned theater director Peter Fomenko. Founded in 2004, we are a not-for-profit 501 (c) company that seeks to introduce both classical and contemporary Russian plays to American audiences utilizing the main principles of the Moscow Art Theater. Currently, our mission is two-fold. Firstly, through the exploration of new theatrical works as well as progressive re-imaginings of classics, we aim to preserve, promote and advance Russian arts and heritage in New York City. Secondly, through an affordable and accessible theater education program, we aim to train a new generation of imaginative, innovative, and sincere artists capable of serving the mission for generations to come.

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