Repertuar i Panteon

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Repertuar i Panteon

 

(Repertoire and Pantheon), a Russian theatrical journal that appeared monthly in St. Petersburg between 1844 and 1846. Earlier theatrical journals were Repertuar russkogo teatra (Repertoire of the Russian Theater, 1839–41), Panteon russkogo i vsekh evropeiskikh teatrov (Pantheon of Russian and European Theaters, 1840–41), Repertuar russkogo i panteon vsekh evropeiskikh teatrov (Repertoire of the Russian Theater and Pantheon of European Theaters, 1842), and Repertuar russkogo i panteon inostrannykh teatrov (Repertoire of the Russian Theater and Pantheon of Foreign Theaters, 1843).

Repertuar i panteon was later called Repertuar i panteon teatrov (Repertoire and Pantheon of Theaters, 1847), Panteon irepertuar russkoi stseny (Pantheon and Repertoire of the Russian Stage, 1848–51), and Panteon (Pantheon, 1852–56). The journal’s editors included F. A. Koni, F. V. Bulgarin, V. S. Mezhevich, and I. P. Pesotskii. Repertuar i panteon published Russian plays and plays in translation, works of fiction and poetry dealing with art, historical and critical writings, and news items.

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