A Theatrical NovelBook - 2013
Black Snow is the story of Maxudov, a young playwright whose play is chosen, almost at random, to be performed by the legendary Independent Theatre, and the chaos that ensues. The two co-directors of the theater, modeled after Stanislavski and his co-director, battle to control the production, star actresses throw daily fits, and with each rehearsal the chances of the play ever being ready to perform recedes. The ultimate backstage novel and a brilliant satire from one of the greatest modern Russian writers.
Publisher: Brooklyn ; London : Melville House, 
Copyright Date: ©1967
Branch Call Number: FIC BULGAKOV, MIKHAIL
Characteristics: xx, 200 pages ; 21 cm