Enough Stupidity in Every Wise Man (На всякого мудреца довольно простоты; translit. Na vsyakogo mudretsa dovolno prostoty) is a five-act comedy by Aleksandr Ostrovsky. The play offers a satirical treatment of bigotry and charts the rise of a double-dealer who manipulates other people's vanities. It is Ostrovsky's best-known comedy in the West.Production history1868 – Alexandrinsky Theatre, Saint Petersburg.1868 – Maly Theatre, Moscow.1885 – Korsh Theatre, Moscow.The seminal Russian theatre director Konstantin Stanislavsky directed the play with his Moscow Art Theatre. The production opened on . Stanislavski played General Krutitsky and Kachalov played Glumov.A production of the play was the most significant of the early theatre work of the Russian Soviet film director Sergei Eisenstein. The playwright Sergei Tretyakov transformed Ostrovsky's text into a revue (what Eisenstein called a "montage of attractions"), which was entitled
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