Actor Dmitry Dyuzhev spoke about how he had to separate his audience in Kazakhstan.
The incident, which was attended by the artist, occurred behind the scenes of the art center in the Kazakh city of Aktobe. There Dyuzhev arrived with a mono-play "Eugene Onegin", in which the artist reads the great work of Pushkin. As the artist himself said, after the performance he noticed how two people had fought behind the scenes. Without understanding what the problem was, Dyuzhev wedged between them and stopped the scuffle. As it turned out later, the guard attacked the administrator’s 17-year-old son, and the young man was seriously injured. Perhaps, however, that thanks to Dyuzhev everything ended better than it could.