The White Guard, which was previously turned into the play The Days of the Turbins that was also banned, follows the fortunes of the Turbin family from 1918, as the opposing forces in the Russian civil war and the Ukrainian peasants fight over the city of Kiev. Bulgakov’s 1928 epic Flight, about the exodus of White Russian émigrés after the war, was stage at the NT in 1998.
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