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Topic - Milo Rau
A Swiss theater director says Russian immigration officials barged into a Moscow theater where he was re-enacting a play based on the trial of punk band Pussy Riot in order to check his documents.
A Swiss theater director said Monday that Russian immigration officials, Cossacks, and several police officers barged into a Moscow theater in a bungled attempt to stop his play re-enacting the trial of punk band Pussy Riot.
Russian news agencies on Sunday quoted senior officials from the Federal Migration Service as saying that the point of the raid was to warn Rau that he was not allowed to work in Russia on a business visa that he had.
"My impression was that they had absolutely no plan _ they just wanted to interrupt it and helplessly searched for a reason," Rau said Monday. "It was more Kafka than Stalin."