Viktor Shenderovich had a literary evening at the Menorah

On April 16, the Menorah Center housed a brilliant literary evening of the satirist, journalist and broadcaster Viktor Shenderovich.

Viktor Shenderovich works in different genres: plays, journalism, poetry, and short comic stories. The writer’s old and new jokes, political and theatrical stories, as well as simply funny situations from his life sounded during the evening from the stage.

The main Shenderovich’s “tool” is the satire, and here he is a master! His stories are not only charged with a sharp sense of humor, but often carry a coded message. Allegories and metaphors of the Puddle story made the audience think about the current realities of the “democratic” state.

 

Spectators noted an unusually warm and sincere atmosphere of the evening. Many of the audience had previously attended such evenings at the Menorah. It’s nice that such meetings with actors already are becoming a good tradition.

At the end of the event everyone could get an autograph from the master of satire.

The Menorah Center thanks Viktor Shenderovich for a delightful evening and wishes him to come up with new creative masterpieces and have a long and happy life!