One of the many problems facing Russia’s most prestigious cultural institution is a chronic lack of funds. The Vienna-based International Bolshoi Foundation is looking for ways to help out by JAN CLEAVE THE BOLSHOI IS NOT DEAD,” theater critic Vadim Gaevich comment-ed in late March. “It’s sick. The question is how long the convalescence will […]

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