Eugene Onegin
From Moscow's Vakhtangov Theatre

Eugene Onegin - From Moscow's Vakhtangov Theatre
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Yan

One of the most visually beautiful, expressive, and poignant productions I've ever seen live or onscreen. Watch it! You won't regret it.

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Yan

Wow!!!

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