Entry Requirements: 16+
In the evening of the hen party of her third wedding a 45-year-old bride gathers a few girlfriends to celebrate this important event. The situation becomes unpredictable and surprising for some of the participants including a bride and a groom. Four girlfriends, whose relationship occasionally recall of a friendly serpentarium unfold their thoughts on eternal matters: love, trust, relations with grown up children, money ...
Different threads converge on the eve of the wedding, at the girls' party, where the situation is governed by fate itself...
"Wedding Dance" is a romantic comedy of the contemporary Russian playwright Rodion Beletsky, brought to the stage of Tabernacle Theatre by director Konstantin Kamensky and creative producer Irina Ioannesyan exactly on the evening of the Valentine's Day.
A play about love begins with the phrase: "I protest!". Why? Yes, because the lead male part is played by the well-known Russian opposition politician Andrei Sidelnikov (Andrey Sidelnikov), who appears this time in the completely unexpected role of a gentle and loving man.
Marianna - Irina Kara
Ivan - Andrei Sidelnikov (Andrey Sidelnikov)
Zhanna - Alexia Mankovskaya
Sonia - Carina Cockrell-Fehre
Lidochka - Yana Lyapunova
Mitya - Nick Miers