In 1891 Oscar Wilde wrote his play Salome in French. The famous Sarah Bernhardt would cover the title role a year later in London, but the production was prohibited by censorship. Only in 1895 the play was produced for the first time in Paris. Exactly one hundred years later Salome is put on stage of the Moscow Drama Theatre of Noginsk under co-direction of Maarten van der Duin and Andrei Selivanov, who both studied at the School for Dramatic Art in Moscow.
Maarten van der Duin
Moscow Drama Theatre in Noginsk, Russia