Excursion to the Mikhailovsky TheaterPlaybill Mikhailovsky Theater
The Mikhailovsky Theater is a famous musical theater, the true pearl of St. Petersburg. Here classical traditions are combined with the spirit of innovation and bold creative pursuits. Opera and ballet performances, going on the stage of the theater, will bring true pleasure to lovers of high art.
The Mikhailovsky Theater was opened in 1833 by decree of Emperor Nicholas I and was among the privileged imperial theaters. The theater building was designed by Alexander Bryullov, the facades were created according to the sketches of Karl Rossi. The name of the theater is obliged to the Grand Duke Mikhail - the brother of the emperor. Originally, the theater was intended for the imperial family, the courtyard, and those close to them, and even when it was opened to the general public, it maintained a high-society atmosphere.
The plan of the hall of the Mikhailovsky Theater with the numbering of seats