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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016


Steal Away to Beauty

On Tuesday, the Cinema Center shows "Stealing Beauty," Bernardo Bertolucci's 1996 film about a 19-year-old American girl's trip to Italy to solve the mystery left in a diary written by her mother who committed suicide. Starring Liv Tyler and Jeremy Irons, the film shows in English with Russian subtitles at 6:30 p.m. in the Small Hall of the center at 15 Druzhinnikovskaya Ulitsa. Tickets cost 35 rubles ($5.75). Tel. 205-7306. Nearest metro: Krasnopresnenskaya.

Moscow's Own Coward

Mikhail Kazakov and Tatyana Dogileva star in "The Improbable Seance," a renamed version of Noel Coward's "Blithe Spirit," a comedy about a London gentleman entangling himself in complicated love affairs. Staged by Kazakov at the Art Club XXI, the play starts at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Theater Yunogo Zritelya, 10 Mamonovsky Pereulok. Tickets cost 30 to 120 rubles ($5 to $19.75). Tel. 299-5360. Nearest metro: Pushkinskaya or Tverskaya.

Classic Chamber Works

As part of the Music in Moscow Museums, Palaces and Estates festival, the Franz Lefort Ensemble, conducted by Viktor Shpiller, performs chamber works by Pergolezi and Haydn at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Kuskovo Estate. Tickets cost 25 rubles ($4.25) and can be purchased at the museum's box office, 2 Ulitsa Yunosti, an hour before the concert begins. Tel. 370-0160. Nearest metro: Ryazansky Prospect.