Crimean Youth Theater will take part in the festival "Crimean Spring" Automatic translate
From March 15 to March 21, 2021, as part of the celebration of the Day of the reunification of Crimea with Russia, the Crimean Spring festival will be held in the city of Oryol.
Theatrical groups from Simferopol, Sevastopol and Evpatoria took part in the festival. The festival poster includes performances of different genres, both for children and adults. During the festival week, the audience will see a virtual, but very rich, program. In the group of the Oryol Theater for Children and Youth on VKontakte, they will tell about the participants of the festival, post a video greeting from each theater and discuss the performances of the participating theaters in the comments.
The Crimean State Theater for Young Spectators will take part in the festival with a storytelling play "Munchausen". The performance based on the work of R.E. Raspe will be of interest to children over 6 years old and their parents. The plot is based on the most famous adventures, among which: "Flight on the core", "Unusual deer", "Amazing hunt", "Travel in Russia", "Crazy fur coat", "Wolf harnessed to a sleigh", "In the stomach at the fish ”and others.
The performance can be seen on March 20 at 17:00 on the page of the Oryol Theater for Children and Youth VKontakte.
The festival is organized by the Free Space Theater and is dedicated to the seven-year anniversary of the entry of Crimea and Sevastopol into Russia and is held within the framework of the All-Russian action “Crimean Spring”.
The festival is held with the aim of developing theatrical art, promoting the works of classical and modern drama by domestic and foreign authors. This festival will demonstrate the versatility of the culture of peoples and nationalities living on the territory of the Crimean peninsula.
In addition, the Crimean Spring festival is aimed at renewing cultural ties, preserving, developing and enhancing the cultural heritage of Russia and traditional folk culture, exchange of experience and creative communication with colleagues.
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