The Master and Margarita
Publication Date: April 2005
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A mysterious stranger and his retinue have astonished the locals of Stalin’s Moscow with the magic show to end all magic shows and have quite literally set the town alight. But what’s the real purpose behind their visit?
Edward Kemp is a freelance writer and director. Earlier work includes a two-part adaptation of The Mysteries for the RSC, published by Nick Hern Books and available from TCG. He is literary manager at Chichester Festival Theatre.
Russian author Mikhail Bulgakov's classic, The Master and Margarita, ridiculed Soviet leaders and bureaucracy. It wasn't published until 27 years after his death, but it still resonates with Russians. More at NPR.org
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