September: Dmitry Krymov served as the chair of the Grand Jury of the 2015 Kinoshok Festival, in Anapa.
October: Maria Smolnikova receives the International Stanislavsky Prize for the role of Lyudmila in “O-i. Late love,” in the category of “Most Promising."
8 October: Premiere of “Russian Blues. In Search of Mushrooms” at the School for Dramatic Art.
17-23 October – on tour with “O-i. Late love” and “Sir Vantes. Donkiy Hot” in Estonia (Tallinn, Vaba Lava) and Latvia (Riga, Kipsala Exhibition Centre). Master class with Dmitry Krymov at the Riga Theatre Academy.
3 November: “O-i. Late love.” nominated for the Golden Mask in 6 categories: “Small-Format (Drama);” “Best Director (Drama),” Dmitry Krymov; “Best Actress (Drama),” Maria Smolnikova as Lyudmila; “Best Supporting Actor (Drama),” Konstantin Mukhanov as Lebedkina; “Best Design (Drama)” and “Best Costume Design (Drama),” Anna Kostrikova and Aleksandr Barmenkov.
12, 13 November: "Russian Blues: In Search of Mushrooms” as part of the GIFT Festival in Tbilisi, Georgia (at the A.S. Griboedov Theatre).
14 November: Master class with Dmitry Krymov at the Rustaveli Theatre, Tbilisi.
17 November: Opening of the Laboratory’s exhibit, “Autumn in Riga. The theatre’s gone,” at the CUB Gallery in Riga.
24 November: Premiere of the first “children’s show” from the Laboratory’s new series, “In Their Own Words:” “Eugene Onegin” at the School of Dramatic Art.
On 15 December, Dmitry Krymov took part in a Roundtable Discussion: “Theatre of the auteur: interpreting classical texts” as part of the 4th St. Petersburg International Cultural Forum, at the Tovstonogov Bolshoi Drama Theatre.
On 1 March, Dmitry Krymov conducted a masterclass for students and recent graduates of theatre institutes – directors, actors, and artists – at the School of Dramatic Art, as part of the “Three Steps of the Laboratory” festival.
On 17 March, “Last Date in Venice” premiered at the School of Dramatic Art.
On 1 April, the Dmitry Krymov Laboratory participated in a programme with the State Pushkin Museum in the “Fridays at Pushkin” programme with a theatrical performance, created especially for the museum.
2-3 April: “O-i. Late love.” and “In Their Own Words: A.S. Pushkin’s ‘Eugene Onegin’” were shown as part of the Golden Mask’s Russian Case programme. The shows became favorites of the showcase.
On 16 April, “O-i. Late love.” was awarded the Golden Mask National Theatre Award in two categories: Drama/small form and drama/best actress (Maria Smolnikova).
On 21 June, a collaboration between the Dmitry Krymov Laboratory and the Yale School of Drama, “The Square Root of Three Sisters,” premiered as part of the International Festival of Arts and Ideas at the Iseman Theatre, 1156 Chapel St, New Haven, Connecticut.
On 29 June, graduated scenic designers from E. Kamenkovich’s and D. Krymov’s course at GITIS successfully defended their diplomas.
On 29 June, at the “Moskva” bookstore on Tverskaya, the first issue of a new theatre journal, “Zamysli,” dedicated to the Dmitry Krymov Laboratory was officially released. Dmitry Krymov and his graduating scenic designers from GITIS took part in the presentation. The journal’s dust jacket was made from fragments of decorations from Opus No. 7.
7 July – Dmitry Krymov took part in a screening of Anatoly Efros’ films, in celebration of the late director’s birthday, at the Zvezda cinema.
26-27 August – “Russian Blues: In Search of Mushrooms” took part in the Wiesbaden Biennale at the Hessichen Staatstheater, in Wiesbaden, Germany.