Why are you wearing a tailcoat?
Ivan Lomov, a long-time neighbor of Stepan Chubukov, comes to propose to Chubukov's daughter Natalia. After receiving a cheerful permission to marry Natalia he gets into an argument with her about the Oxen Meadows, a disputed piece of land between their respective properties, and then, about the superiority of their hunting dogs. Stepan Chubukov all but forces Ivan Lomov and his daughter to stop arguing and accept the proposal with a kiss. Immediately following the kiss, the couple gets into another argument.
- Theatre Company
- Moscow Theatre - School of Modern Drama
- Parental rating
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- Original language
- In theaters
- Category / Genre
- Dmitri Volosnikov/Evgeny Suslov
- Ekaterina Direktorencko, Vladimir Kachan, Nikolai Golubev, Albert Filosof, Anzhelica Volchkova, Ivan Mamonov
- 1993 Independent Audience Award in the "Best Musical” category
- Theatr Sovremenny Piesy (Theater of Contemporary Plays) - Moscow
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