Rusycystyczne Studia Literaturoznawcze, T. 23 (2013), s. 143-151
The article is an attempt to analyse one of the latest adaptations of the Wolves and sheep,
a play by Aleksandr Ostrovsky. The performance in question makes far‑reaching
changes in the
structure of the stage space that was rather adjusted to the style of the stage production typical
of the 1920s and 1930s. In order to maintain this convention, apart from typical stage solutions,
German hits, popular at that time, were used. It is these changes , using the colour and light
that helped a contemporary director maintain and expose the significance of Ostrovsky’s play.