The patriotic performance about the love for our city i don’t love Almaty is a debut directing work of Kseniya Kuteleva.

The performance consists of two parts: the first part is based on the play of Ural playwriter Oleg Bogayev I don’t love Ekaterinburg and adopted to the realities of our country. The second part is a verbatim based on the real stories of Kazakhstani.

The stories told in the performance are diversified, the heroes are of different social backgrounds, their problems are recognizable, as well as the places in the city – painfully home, beautiful, ugly, shocking, but still loved with all our heart.

Directed by Kseniya Kuteleva

Stage Director – Natalya Lukyanova

Sound / Light – Artem Gorbunov

Scenic Design / Play bill – Margarita Dobrotvorskaya, Sasha Rocco

Stage Setting – Dmitriy Teryokhin, Temirlan Boyaubayev

Music – Temirlan Boyaubayev

Sound Editor – Arthur Aslanyan


Capitan – Evgeniy Drachukov

Senior lieutenant – Ilnur Bildanov

Lieutenant – Yuliya Kudryakova / Malika Duisebayeva

Sergeant – Temirlan Boyaubayev / Alexander Shpachenko

Professor – Danila Chervyakov

Professor’s Wife – Sofia Lobacheva / Anna Sergiyenko

Girls: Viktoriya Panitsidi / Malika Duisebayeva, Yuliya Anyukova / Leila Lenn, Sofia Lobacheva / Anna Sergiyenko

Art Director – Azamat Abdildinov

Special thanks to:

Authors of interview (second act, verbatim)

2rbina2rista group for the use of music and text fragments

Opia and Kisa in the wheel group