Actress Olga Drozdova, who became a guest of the Smak program, spoke about unpleasant incidents in her career.
Drozdova, who works at the Sovremennik Theater, came with her husband, Dmitry Pevtsov, who serves in Lenkom and is one of the highest paid actors in Russia. Among other things, the actress spoke with Ivan Urgant on the fact that the public is not always positive about the work of the actors. So, Drozdova remembered how, in the early 2000s, she arrived with her theater troupe in St. Petersburg to show the local theater-goers the production of Mamapapasynsobaka. Drozdova told that she could not understand why the elderly spectators who came to the play left, leaving some pieces of paper on the stage. It soon became clear that these were tickets. Moreover, the applause that sounded in the hall also had a negative color - this is how the “grannies” tried to “slam” the performance that had outraged them.