Dear Spectators!

We are cancelling nothing. Throughout the period from October 28 to November 7 we will perform, screen films, and host all concerts as planned.

However, beginning on October 28, spectators will be admitted to performances and events at the Electrotheatre only by presenting a QR code and an ID. The QR code may be presented as a printout or on a smartphone screen.

For those who have not managed to receive a QR code, we will have a free express testing point.
If you wish not to visit the theatre between October 28 and November 7, then, until November 1, you may receive a refund of the full cost of any tickets you purchased in advance. For more information, call us at +7 (495) 699-72-24, or by writing to

Haruhisa Kawamura

Keeper of the Tradition of the Kyoto Noh Theatre school

Haruhisa Kawamura (Haruki Kawamura) was born in 1956. He began studying the art of Noh theater under his father Haruo Kawamura. His stage debut took place at the age of three. Even in his youth, as a third-generation member of the Kawamura clan, he was a brilliant disciple of the Kyoto Noh theatre school. Today Haruhisa Kawamura is one of the best-known custodians of the Kyoto Noh theatre school, an active member of influential Japanese associations for preserving the traditions of Noh theater. He pays much attention to the popularization and research of Noh traditions in different countries. He teaches at various universities, and conducts and organizes master classes in Noh theatre.

In 2014, Haruhisa Kawamura oversaw the rehearsals of scenes employing the techniques of Noh theatre in Boris Yukhananov's production of The Blue Bird.