This production was conceived as a continuation of the play "The Divine Comedy". At that time, many were amazed at what a miracle Noah's Ark came out: its content was so poignantly satirical (note that it remains very relevant now).
Neither "The Divine Comedy" nor "Noah's Ark" are by no means atheistic performances, and, moreover, they are not a mockery of the Old Testament, as they sometimes want to imagine. This is a parody of human characters.
The performance "Noah's Ark" had reopened in 2005.
- Boris Tuzlukov honoured Art Worker of the RSFSR
Artistic director og the capital renewal
- Ekaterina Obraztsova honored Artist of the Russian Federation, honored Artist of the Republic of North Ossetia-Alania
Artist of the capital renewal of the performance
- Vladimir Garbuzov honored Worker of Culture of the RSFSR
Director of Revival
- Nikita Bogoslovsky people's Artist of the USSR
Anatoly Remizov Honored Worker of Culture of the Russian Federation