Legends of World Clowning & Pantomime

Arts on the Hudson in cooperation with The Museum of Russian Art (MoRA)  is pleased to present the following once in a lifetime experience:

Legends of World Clowning & Pantomime
Robert Gorodetskyi and Nikolai Terentyev    

July 7 at 7 p.m.

    We are happy to invite you to an unusual EVENT and hope you will find time and a little money to support and tremendously enjoy  this performance.

Robert Gorodetskyi recently arrived in New York City to celebrate his mother’s birthday.As many of you know, Robert was a mime and now works as a clown with the Slava Snow Show company, which performed for almost three years with great success in the heart of New York City. Robert is an author of the famous performance piece “BLUE CANARY”. This pantomime has traveled around the world. Many of you could immediately sing the song from this piece. If not, you will be able to do that after our performance.

Another one of our old  (but young at heart) friends Kolya Terentyev is joining us, arriving from Canada. Like Robert, he was a mime, but now, as a clown, he continues to work with Slava Polunin productions. Like Robert, he traveled the world as part of the “Slava Snow Show” company.

I’m not a clown. I’m an artist and mime. I created the first professional  pantomime theater in Leningrad, now St. Petersburg, Russia. During Soviet times, I was not able to travel with the company abroad, but we performed with famous Arkadyi Raykin and participated in many theater and movie productions. I have many followers and former students in the field of pantomime in Russia and some in the United States.

The three of us have decided to make this UNIQUE performance for you.


Our presentation will be exciting for adults and for children as well. See you on the 7th of July at 7pm! This is a presentation you would regret missing. I hope to see you there, because I want you to have absolutely great time.

 Tickets are $10
All additional donations are welcome.
Please write your check to:

Arts on the Hudson
282 Barrow St, Jersey City, NJ 07302
Grigory Gurevich
Founder and Artistic Director

Contact for more information:
Gregory Gurevich: (201) 451-4862, (551) 998-5819