From Russia with love

The capital’s Mikro Theater sets its own standards.

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November 9, 2017 19:07
From Russia with love

Efim Rinenberg stars in Mikro Theater’s production of ‘Herzlmania.’. (photo credit: YVGENI YESHINSKI)

 
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