The opera Nosferatu by Dmitri Kourliandski, directed by Theodoros Terzopoulos and conducted by Teodor Kourentzis, was the huge triumph of Perm Opera, where it was presented on June 13 and 20, 2014. The world premiere of Nosferatu on June 13 was received with standing ovation, since the audience was rhythmically applauding for 12 minutes.  While the performance on June 20 was sold out days ago (tickets were even sold in the black market).
Not only the audience, but also the Russian and international press praised the virtues of Nosferatu:
Nosferatu is a production worthy of Diaghilev’s hometown (besides, it is the central event of Diaghilev Festival) and a performance that could refresh the program of many atop European festivals- from Ruhr Trienalle to Wiener Festwochen”.
Gazeta Kommersant, 19/6/2014
“It may be the most significant production of Perm Opera. It is even more magnificent than the Indian Queen directed by Peter Sellars”.
Novy Kompanion
“In the 1920s and 1930s, the Perm Theattre of Opera and Ballet was renowned as an experimental theatre for the soviet avant-garde. This month has seen a return to those roots, with the world premiere of Nosferatu”. 
Susan Moore, Financial Times, 20/6/2014
Nosferatu is the second of the four interantional productions of Perm Tchaikovsky Ballet theatre and Opera. The first was the Indian Queen by Purcell, directed by Peter Sellars (2013). The third will be the Rite of Spring by Stravinsky, directed by Romeo Castellucci (2015) and the forth Traviata by Verdi, directed by Robert Wilson (2016). 

Nosferatu is directed by Theodoros Terzopoulos and conducted by Teodor Kourentzis. The stage installations are designed by Jannis Kounellis and the costumes by Loukia. The librettist is Dimitris Yalamas and Nosferatu is performed by Alla Demitova, Tasos Dimas, Sophia Hill and Natalia Pschenitchnikova.

Nosferatu will be presented on February 20 at Perm Opera and on February 24-25 at Bolshoi theatre, within the frames of Golden Mask festival.