When people ask me: “What is the policy of the theater and its main objectives?” — I respond: “Getting close to its title”. As much as we shall be Russians, as far as we shall be the Orthodox, so far we shall correspond to the high title of “spiritual theater”. This is our endevour.
Were it not for the Russian nation and the Russian nationalism, there wouldn’t be not only Pushkin, Esenin, Vysotsky, but neither Dostoevsky and Tolstoy, so beloved in the West.
March 29, 2011 in the Sergievsky Hall of the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, enlarged meeting of the Club of Orthodox entrepreneurs took place in the format of public hearings on key strategic issues of the country’s development, problems of social policy, childhood protection, formation of fair and conscientious financial system.
In the name of long-term sustainable development of Russia, the state should work towards management of risk of moral degradation of the population with the aim of creating a society of moderate consumption and fair distribution of the state wealth without infringing on everybody’s rights of private property.
Today we are increasingly in favour of the idea that the first to describe the coming catastrophic crisis without encouraging reservations and without distinguishing those right and guilty, was Russian by origin Pitirim Sorokin.