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Old Believers, Pop Music and Photographic Time Travel – What to Do in Moscow on Monday

Moscow underground art from the 1970-80s in photographs by Georgy Kizevalter. Garage Museum of Contemporary Art.

A Mad Journey in Search of Sacred Gifts (Bezumnoye Puteshestviye za Svyatymi Darami): Yelena Gremina's play about Russian Old Believers. Teatr.doc Na Razgulyaye. 19 Maly Kazyonny Pereulok. Metro Kurskaya. 919-765-8402. At 8 p.m.

Yevgeny Dyatlov (vocals) in a concert of pop songs. Tchaikovsky Concert Hall. 4/31 Triumfalnaya Ploshchad. Metro Mayakovskaya. 495-232-0400. At 7 p.m.

Moscow underground art from the 1970-80s in photographs by Georgy Kizevalter. Garage Museum of Contemporary Art. 9/32 Ulitsa Krymsky Val (in Gorky Park). Metro Park Kultury. Through Aug. 23. 495-645-0520.

Drillalians/Sverliitsy. Episode Three: Boris Yukhananov stages a five-part opera series based on his own tale about the mystical Land of Drillalia that exists simultaneously in the past, present and future. Performed by the N'Caged Vocal Ensemble, the Questa Musica Ensemble and the Moscow Ensemble of Contemporary Music. Episode Three is set to music by Alexei Syumak. English subtitles. Stanislavsky Electrotheater. 23 Tverskaya Ulitsa. Metro Tverskaya. 495-699-7224. At 8 p.m.

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