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Countess Amalie's Drama Tour | Kreivitär Amalien draamakierros

Unique solo-performance based on the history of Alexander Theatre and life of Countess Amalie Adlerberg.

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Countess Amalie's Drama Tour | Kreivitär Amalien draamakierros
Countess Amalie's Drama Tour | Kreivitär Amalien draamakierros

Time & Location

08 Mar 2019, 16:30 – 20:30

The Alexander Theatre, Bulevardi 23-27, 00180 Helsinki, Finland

About the event

Have you ever heard of Countess Amalie Adlerberg - wife of Count Nikolay Adlerberg, who was the founder of Alexander Theatre?

She was said to be one of the most beautiful women and she has thrilled the hearts of many remarkable men: Fyodor Tyutchev, Alexander Pushkin, Count Alexander von Benckendorff and even His Majesty Nicholas I of Russia himself.

In 1866–81 Amalie lived in Helsinki, together with her second husband Count Nikolay Adlerberg, during his service as a Governor-General of Finland. And those are the years when the Russian Theatre of Helsingfors was established and Alexander Theatre was built.

Alexander Theatre presents a performance that will give you a possibility to find out many interesting facts, legends and stories about the history of the theatre and life of the world famous couple. You will also have a chance to get to the furthest corners of the theatre, that are usually not open to public.

As Amalie Adlerberg: Anastasia Trizna.

Duration- about 1 hour 15 min.

Performance is in Finnish with English audio translation. Please ask foe details from theatre tickets sales! You can also book a separate show in English fro a group of 20-30 people.

Tickets - 20 €



Aleksanterin teatterin perustajan, kreivi Nikolai Adlerbergin saksalainen puoliso, kreivitär Amalie kierrättää yleisöä tunnin ajan Aleksanterin teatterissa ja kertoo niin rakkaasta teatteristaan kuin ihmeellisestä elämästään Saksassa, Venäjällä ja Suomessa.

Amalie Adlerberginä: Anastasia Trizna

Käsikirjoitus: Anastasia Trizna, Saija Nisula

Ohjaus: Anastasia Trizna

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