Rubinstein st., 13
12:00 – 21:00
Касса открыта с 12.00 до 19.00
Entrance fee
200-1400 rub

"Zazerkal'ye" is considered one of the best musical theaters in St. Petersburg. Founded in 1987 by opera director Alexander Petrov and conductor Pavel Bubelnikov, the theater lives and works outside the door of the Looking Glass House on Rubinstein Street. Its name is inspired by the world of fairy tales "Alice in Wonderland" and "Alice Through the Looking Glass" by the outstanding English mathematician, philosopher, writer Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, better known to us as Lewis Carroll. Fairy tales about Alice, like the performances of the Zazerkalye theater, are intended for readers of all ages, full of poetry, philosophy, music and plastics.

After all, music, like no other art, is capable of easily and naturally balancing on the verge of the real and the otherworldly, reflecting ourselves and giving us the opportunity to look on the other side of the mirror - in the Looking Glass, which stores our dreams, fantasies, and look for the unknown in it, unknown.

From the threshold of the Looking-Glass House, viewers enter the theatrical space, decorated with a system of mirrors that mediate between the world of reality and the world of creativity and inspiration. Mirrors and "through the looking glass" are used as a technique and continuation of a kind of code inherent in the works of Lewis Carroll.

The theater's repertoire includes not only children's, but also adult performances - masterpieces of world opera classics. It also hosts symphony concerts, chamber music evenings and subscription cycles for children and teenagers.

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