Russian capital to host the VII BRICS+ countries Drama school festival



Russian capital to host the VII BRICS+ countries Drama school festival

This is the largest event in the cultural sphere

The official opening of the the VII BRICS+ countries Drama school festival will take place in Moscow at VDNKh on 1 June. During the week representatives of the BRICS+ countries will demonstrate their productions. The festival is known worldwide as the first innovative platform for intercultural exchange between theatre schools of different countries in the field of dramatic art and public diplomacy.

This year the event will be attended by young people from China, Russia, Iran, India, South Africa, UAE and Belarus. They will show their theatre productions, which will merge into a big final performance in the format of “Playing Together!”, a unified mosaic of stage phenomena of one play. It is planned that the artists will interact with each other in their native languages without an interpreter.

The participant from Russia, the Institute of Theatre Arts named after People’s Artist of the USSR Joseph Kobzon, will present a performance based on Pushkin’s work “A Tale About a Fisherman and a Fish”. The university has been the organiser of the event since 2017.

The festival programme also includes master classes in acting, plastic arts and choreography, performances by People’s and Honoured Artists of Russia and much more.





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