“All great theaters are born, develop, become younger, prettier, stronger, reach their peak. And die,” Pevtsov said in an interview with NEWS.ru.
According to him, the “Lenkom”, which was his home for thirty years, “almost immediately ceased to exist with the death of Mark Zakharov.”
“Now it’s a different theatre. Not the one that was my home. And I’m very glad I’m not there now. Although I still put on various plays there. It’s basically Juno and Avos,” Pevtsov said.
Pevtsov also explained why he would never work with Konstantin Bogomolov.