Evening of Remembrance of Lev Rubinshtein. Вечер памяти Льва Рубинштейна

Event Venue:

IATI Theater
64 E 4th St
New York, NY 10003

Event Date:

Tuesday, February 20, 8:00 PM

Dear Friends, Russian-American Cultural Center has the honor to invite you to the Evening of Remembrance of Lev Rubinshtein.

Bakhyt Kenzheev, Vladimir Druk, Vitaly Komar, Mark Lipovetsky and Anna Galberstadt will share their memories of the poet and read poetry.

We want people who loved him and his work to come and we invite everyone who is interested to listen, share their thoughts, read poetry and honor the memory of the poet.

Дорогие друзья, Русско-Американский Культурный Центр приглашает вас на Вечер памяти Льва Рубинштейна 

Бахыт Кенжеев, Владимир Друк, Виталий Комар, Марк Липовецкий и Анна Гальберштадт поделятся своими воспоминаниями о поэте и прочтут стихи.

Мы хотим, чтобы пришли люди, которые любили его и его творчество и приглашаем всех, кому интересно послушать, поделиться своими мыслями, прочитать стихи и почтить память поэта.


Мы также хотим поблагодарить Полину Белкину, которая предоставила помещение для этого вечера в театре, в котором с 16 по 25 февраля она предствляет совершенно замечательный спектакль -- "The Unexpected Man," based on the work of Yasmina Reza.

Here is a message from Polina Belkina,  producer of the captivating play "The Unexpected Man" based on the work of Yasmina Reza.

Dear Friends! 

Exciting news! After a long hiatus, I'm thrilled to announce my return to theatre production in New York City. And to start on the right foot, we have an amazing show lined up this February. I'll be presenting "The Unexpected Man," a captivating play based on the work of Yasmina Reza, the eminent French playwright known to theatre enthusiasts and movie lovers alike. Notably, her play "Carnage" was featured on Broadway and adapted into the 2011 film starring Kate Winslet, Jodie Foster, and Christoph Waltz.

This production is a tale of two souls, perfect strangers, sharing a train compartment between Paris and Frankfurt. He, a distinguished European writer, aging, cynical, and discontent. She, his secret admirer, coincidentally carrying his book in her handbag, also aging, cynical, and discontent. The rest, as they say, is history and herstory, of course!

Directed by Slava Stepnov, produced by STEPS Theatre & Art Against Humanity (that's me!!), starring Roman Freud ("Ask Joseph", "Enemies: A Love Story") and Mickey Pantano* ("Hamlet", "The Irregulars"), this play is guaranteed to be an unforgettable experience for theatre enthusiasts. This savory chronicle masterfully captures what happens in the isolated compartments of human souls, when admiration meets contempt in an epic one-of-a-kind standoff.


Join us in the East Village at the upgraded IATI Theatre (right next to La Mama) for a bitter-sweet train ride across the landscape of the human condition. Remember: it's a limited run of 10 shows only which makes it veeeeery easy to miss!

To book your tickets follow this link - https://www.eventbrite.com/e/807278270037?aff=oddtdtcreator

You can also watch a trailer we made about six months ago when campaigning to raise funds for the project: https://youtu.be/W3mn3pPd1eI

For more information, please find us on our social media channels or contact Art Against Humanity directly at 929-404-3893.