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Петербургская Карменъ

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Петербургская Карменъ (Carmen in Saint Petersburg) is a Russian play performed at the Ekaterininsky Theatre (Saint Petersburg, Russia) on 26 november 1906, including 3 characters named "Sherlock" performed by Borchenko (Борченко), Karsavin (Карсавинъ) and Sergeiev (Сергѣевъ).


Cast in "Обозрение Tеатров" (Review of Theatres, 26 november 1906, p. 8)







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