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About this show

Winner of the 1993 Joseph Jefferson award for Best Play, Black Snow follows the story of Sergei Maxudov, a writer whose dream of being a famous novelist turns into a nightmare. Excited that his novel is being presented as a play at the Theater of Moscow, Maxudov discovers to his horror that he and his work are under the control of the eccentric theater management and realizes the hypocrisy and frustration that go into producing a true artistic piece. Based on the novel by Mikhail Bulgakov, playwright Keith Reddin's dramatization takes the original text to new dimensions by showing on stage both the story of Maxudov and the play within the play.

Show Details

  • Running Time:2hr 10min (1 intermission)
  • Dates:Closed on
  • Location:The New School for Drama Theater, Off-Off-Broadway