Ryazan Youth Theater celebrated its 85th anniversary with the play “Anna Snegina” on the stage of the Drama Theater
On Wednesday evening, December 14, the Ryazan Regional Youth Theater celebrated its 85th anniversary. The solemn meeting dedicated to the anniversary was held at the Drama Theatre. The premises of the Youth Theater, or, as it is called, the Theater on the Cathedral, is now under reconstruction.
The actors of the Youth Theater showed the audience the famous play “Anna Snegina”. The head of the theater Marina Yesenina staged it in 2020, on the occasion of the 125th anniversary of the poet’s birth. The main roles were played by Dmitry Mazepa and Anna Komarova.
After the end of the performance, Minister of Culture Marina Kaurkina congratulated the team and veterans of the Ryazan Theater for Young Spectators on behalf of Governor Pavel Malkov. She noted that the history of the theater is filled with bright events and achievements, overcomings. There are more than 400 productions of wonderful performances on the account of the Youth Theater. These are original plays, folk tales, Russian and foreign classics.
“Today we once again watched the amazing play “Anna Snegina”. More recently, viewers have seen him in Buryatia, Yakutia, Tuva. Now they are waiting for him in different regions of Russia. Also, our municipalities will be happy to wait for you – at our renovated and newly created sites in the Houses of Culture.
Now the theater is undergoing reconstruction, restoration is being carried out. We are all looking forward to and doing a lot to ensure that the happy moment of your return to your favorite stage happens as soon as possible. I am sure that together with the restoration the theater will gain a second wind, a new life and new opportunities. And we, together with the team and the audience, will be able to assess the scale and importance of the work carried out within the framework of the national project “Culture”, – said Marina Kaurkina.
The reconstruction of the Theater on Sobornaya began in the spring of 2022 as part of the Culture national project. Work will be completed in 2024.