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    Russian drama theatre
    The Russian Drama Theater of Uzbekistan was established in 1934. This is a place where Uzbek and Russian cultures are closely intertwined. The repertoire of the institution is designed for a different-age viewer. The average duration of the performance is about two hours. The theater room accommodates 631 people. As before, most of the performances are based on the plays of Russian and Uzbek classics, popular satirists and playwrights.
    The Tashkent Russian Drama Theater opened on October 21, 1934. The founders of the theater are the first artistic director of the theater Vasily Alexandrovich Chirkin and the director of the theater Mikhail Karlovich Vulkonsky. In 1936, the theater was named after the Russian writer Maxim Gorky. Many performances are among the significant achievements of theatrical art of the 30-50s. This is “Boris Godunov” by A. Pushkin, “Peter the First” by A. Tolstoy, “Masquerade” by M. Lermontov, “Three Sisters” by A. P. Chekhov, “Woe from Wit” by A. Griboyedov, “In a place of excitement” A O. Ostrovsky and others. The theater becomes a real center of realistic art, in which the striving for truth of life is combined with bright theatricality. The turn in the creative activity of the theater occurred in the 50-70s. and he was determined by the new direction, the search for a modern style. Staged for the theater were the performances: “The Story of an Empty Soul” - the first incarnation of M. Gorky’s epic novel “The Life of Klim Samgin” and “The Irkutsk Story” by A. Arbuzov directed by People’s Artist of Uzbekistan A. Ginzburg; “Hamlet” by W. Shakespeare staged by A. Mikhailov, Honored Artist of Russia; “The Regiment is Coming” - the embodiment of the novel by M. Sholokhov “They Fought for the Motherland” and “The Power of Darkness” by L. Tolstoy in the direction of M. Spivak. In 1967 the theater is awarded the title "Academic". During this period, the bright performances of V.Strizhov “The Traveler without Luggage” by J. Anuay, “The Inspector” by N. Gogol, “The Man from La Mancha” by D. Wasserman, “Tsar Fedor Ioanovich” by A. Tolstoy, who demonstrated a high professional culture of new perception in art, are staged . Great success fell to the lot of performances of the director - People's Artist of Uzbekistan Olga Chernova. She was constantly looking for ways to the heart of a contemporary, always being sincere in her aspirations. Her performances “Crime and Punishment” by F. Dostoevsky, “A Streetcar Named Desire” based on the play by T. Williams, “Mother Field” by C. Aitmatov and many others always delighted the auditorium, and after each of her performances in the constellation of the theater a new acting star. In 1984, Vyachaslav Gvozdkov was invited to the post of the main director of the theater, whose performances “Garden Without Land” by D. Razumovsky, “Flying over the Cuckoo's Nest” by Kesey, “Ordinary” A. Dudarev, “All Stars” and many others became a real theatrical discovery. The work of Vyacheslav Gvozdkov was highly appreciated in Uzbekistan. He was awarded the high title - Honored Artist of Uzbekistan. The director A.Kuzin, now People's Artist of Russia, who brightly and interestingly worked, staged the performances “Before the Third Cocks” by V. Shukshin, “A Sip of Freedom” by B. Okukhava, “Do not play with the archangels” by D. Fo, “Caligula” by A. .Kamyu, "The Lion in the Winter" by Goldman and others. In 1990 Vladimir Shapiro was appointed Artistic Director of ART of Uzbekistan. Over the years, they staged the performances of “Countess Julius” by A. Strindberg, “Everything is in the Garden” by E. Olby, “The Sacred Monsters” and “Horrible Parents” by J. Cocteau, “The Great Magic” by E. de Filippo, “For every wise man is pretty of simplicity ”and“ Mad money ”by A. Ostrovsky,“ The Marriage ”by N. Gogol,“ Zoykin's apartment ”by M. Bulgakov,“ The hostess of the hotel ”by C. Goldoni,“ Figaro-sketch ”by P. Bomarche,“ The Cherry Orchard ”and“ Uncle Vanya ”by Anton Chekhov and many others attracted and attracted the attention of the public and critics with a deep understanding of drama, originality and expressiveness of the director their decisions, scenic culture. In October 2015, Bakhtiyar Khamidov was appointed director of the theater. The repertoire of the theater was enriched with new performances, such as “Go my creation to the people! ..” based on the work of Alisher Navoi “Hams” (authors of the performance A.Rafikov and V.Ostrovsky, director B.Hamidov), “Provincial anecdotes” A .Vampilova, “Valentine's Day” by I.Vyrypayev (directed by M. Kaminsky), “Liu” by A.P. Chekhov (directed by T.Sharafutdinov and A.Urmanov), “Revizor” (stage version by B.Khamidov based on the comedy of the same name by N.V. Gogol). In the 83rd theatrical season were presented the premieres of the performances "Lullaby" by Tufan Minnulina (director-director People's Artist of Uzbekistan R.Hamidov), "Suicide" Nikolai Erdman (director-director of Honored Artist of Uzbekistan M.Kaminsky). An outstanding group of actors grew up in the theater. The names of the USSR People's Artists Galina Zagursky and Mikhail Mansurov, the People's Artists of Russia Roman Tkachuk, Vladimir Recepter, Igor Ledogorov, Viktor Verzhbitsky, the People's Artists of Uzbekistan Yevgeny Yavorsky, Klavdiya Efremova, Lyudmila Gryaznova, Vladimir Rusinova, Svetlana Narba and the rest of them. Of Uzbekistan. The GARDT of Uzbekistan played a significant role in the development of theatrical culture of Uzbekistan. Performances based on the works of Alisher Navoi, Khamza, Nazir Safarov, Abdullah Kahhar, Sarvar Azimov, Maksud Sheikhzade, Said Ahmad, Timur Zulfikarov were performed on the theater stage. The activities of the State Academic Russian Drama Theater of Uzbekistan have for many years been an example of the creative community of two national
    State Youth theater of Uzbekistan
    One of the oldest theaters in Central Asia, the winner of the Kirill Lavrov Prize - the Youth Theater of Uzbekistan until 1998 was called the Theater of the Young Spectator and was founded on April 30, 1928. Today, the repertoire of the theater includes about 40 performances for both youth and adult audiences. The Youth Theater of Uzbekistan has participated in many international theater festivals. He is currently touring abroad with great success.   Historical moments: 30 April 1928 – opening of Tashkent State Russian Theatre For Young Spectators 1929 – creating a second, Uzbek troup 13 May 1967 – separation into two individual Russian and Uzbek theatres of Young Spectators 28 May 1998 – status of the Youth Theatre of Uzbekistan The theatre was established in April 1928 and has celebrated its 85th anniversary in April 2013. The theatre has a rich artistic heritage based on national traditions and the Russian and European schools of dramatic art. In various periods along with the fairy tales for kids the theatre also demonstrated challenging plays for high school senior students. In 1998 the theatre’s team decided to rename the theatre and since that time has been called the Youth Theatre of Uzbekistan. Thanks to Nabi Abdurakhmanov, Honoured Worker of Arts of the Republic of Uzbekistan, for the last more than 20 years the theatre has achieved stable artistic growth and success. Mr. Abdurakhmanov came as Artistic Director of the theatre in 1991 with a group of artists from his theatre-studio “DARD”, with a well-developed sense of aesthetics and a firm commitment to build a new theatre. The theatre’s current repertoire consists of 40 plays for adult and children audiences. For almost 87 years the theatre has attracted hundreds of thousands of spectators and hundreds of plays have been staged. Several generations of spectators have grown up with the theatre. In 1991 a School-Studio of dramatic art was opened at the theatre. The school’s best students have the privilege to work with actors of the theatre and with other national and foreign theatres. In 1997, thanks to the theatre’s efforts, Uzbekistan became a member of the International Association of the Theatres for Children and Youth (ASSITEJ). Mr. Abdurakhmanov is Chairman of ASSITEJ Uzbek Centre. The theatre is widely involved in international activities. It organized the International Festival of Youth Theatres, Dance and Music “HUMO”, and hosted four festivals in Tashkent in 1998, 2000, 2002 and 2004 with the involvement of theatre, dance and music bands from Austria, France, Germany, Japan, Israel, Russia, Georgia, Uzbekistan and other countries. In October 2010 and 2011 in partnership with Ministry of Cultural and Sport Affairs of Uzbekistan and Fund Forum the theatre organized a new International theatre festival “Theatre.UZ”. Artists from twenty countries presented their projects and familiarised themselves with theatre activity in Tashkent as well as with the creative works of regional theatre groups. Youth Theatre of Uzbekistan realizes its responsibility and mission in upbringing the young generation not by means of edification homily and moral admonition but rather by dialectics of the open world in its full extent and diversity, by bringing the feeling of real joy of being. Valeriy Podgorodinskiy (theatre critic, Moscow.):  «This is a genuinely serious, shrewd and talented team, for whom a theatre is a place of worship» Toir Islamov (professor, theatre critics, Tashkent): «Plays in this theatre are REAL ANTHEM FOR THE HUMAN SPIRIT!» Lana Garon (theatre critic, St. Petersburg):   «...A modern theatre should be like this one, it takes us out of our routine life and moves us towards infinity!» Nora Kutateladze (theatre critic, International Confederation of the Theatre Unions, Moscow):  «The existence of theatres  such as the Youth Theatre of Uzbekistan, is the highest achievement of Uzbekistan in the sphere of culture! The country should be proud of having such a great theatre!»