In connection with the March 16, 2020, Decree of Mayor Sobyanin, the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre, like all other theatres in Moscow, has cancelled all performances and other events until April 10, 2020, inclusively.

The lobby, the Word Order bookstore, and the lobby cafe will be closed through April 10.

The theatre box office will be open from March 25—29 and April 6—10  from 12 a.m. to 7 p.m. Here you may return tickets originally purchased at the box office, or purchase tickets for performances and events planned after April 10.

Please be careful, and take care of yourself!


+7 (903) 136-7686 (cell)

Mon–Fr | 8 a.m–3 a.m. Sat–Sun | 8 a.m.–6 a.m.
This is the best cocktail bar in Moscow, a truly wonderful place, and one of the few of this kind of places in Moscow that has an impeccable reputation. High-quality service and professionalism, good urban food, a contemporary feel and a sense of dependability allow you to join the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre in building and maintaining a new image of theatre, and to create a special place in the heart of city where theatre and its attending urban life attract the most demanding and engaged audience.
Skornyazhny Lane, 6/1, Moscow


+7 (985) 924-6864 (cell)
CINE FANTOM is a film club, a film studio and cinema newspaper. The CINE FANTOM screenings entail much more than the mere demonstration of films. CINE FANTOM also means discussions of films by spectators with the participation of screenwriters, actors, directors, producers, curators and film critics.

OPEN: 2 p.m to 10 p.m.
seven days a week

Word Order at the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre is the theatre’s bookshop, a branch of the independent St. Petersburg intellectual Word Order store of literature (opened January 15, 2010). The project includes a cinema club, literary evenings, lectures and seminars, presentations of books with the participation of authors, and much more. The main priority in the store's variegated policy is non-fiction literature. Its focus is on books about cinema and theatre, memoirs, journalism, philology, philosophy, and sociology. Separate shelves are dedicated to poetry and children's books.
The School for the Contemporary Viewer and Listener
During the 2014-15 season, the School for the Contemporary Viewer and Listener has opened its doors. Its purpose is to synthesise the creative and educational in relation to contemporary art. The need for such a school is premised on the fact that there are no longer un-crossable borders in the world of contemporary art, the geography of the art world is changing and requires new mastery, study and description.
The Theatre and its Diary publishing project
Reading is an important part of the life of the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre: reading aloud, professional and amateur readings, commenting on other people's texts, commenting on our own theatrical "product," exploring the creative method through articles and books.
Theatrum Mundi
The Theatrum Mundi independent research laboratory was conceived and created in 2007 by two culturologists and art critics, Yulia Liderman and Maria Neklyudova, as an educational project designed to help graduates and postgraduates of the Russian State Humanitarian University learn more about the possibilities of theatrical theory.