Eugene Onegin, Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Musical Theatre, Moscow

By George Loomis [Financial Times, 3 May 2007]
The Stanislavsky theatre, as it is popularly known, has a logo bearing the outline of a classical building with four columns. Most will see a nod to the dawn of western theatre but the design in fact alludes to the performance venue of Stanislavskyís Bolshoi Theatre Opera Studio, a columned, former ballroom in the centuries-old house the great director occupied in Moscow.