Russian state theater "Satyricon" named after Arkady Raikin is a Moscow theater directed by actor Konstantin Raikin, son of Arkady Isaakovich. "Satyricon" was initially founded as the Leningrad Variety and Miniature Theater in 1939. In 1982, the theater moved to Moscow, and from 1987 it was renamed as "Satyricon". Has a large and small stage. In 2013, near the theater opened the Center for Culture, Art and Leisure named after Arkady Raikin, consisting of a shopping and entertainment complex "Raikin Plaza" and the Higher School of Performing Arts. Since August 2015 the building of the theater has been closed for a large-scale reconstruction. Performances of the big stage are going on in the "Planet of KVN" in the house 2 along Sheremetyevskaya street, and the plays of the small stage are in the Training Theater of the Higher School of Performing Arts in the house 6 building 2 on the same Sheremetevskaya street. The facility is planned to be commissioned in 2019.