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Bolshoy Theatre in Moscow to be opened in 100 days
20.07.2011 18:08
Bolshoy Theatre in Moscow to be opened in 100 days

The State Academic Bolshoy Theatre in Moscow is to be opened in 100 days. The first performance in the renovated Theatre, which reconstruction started in 2005, is scheduled for October 28, reports the investment Group Summa Capital.

      
“Renovation in Bolshoy Ballet Academy and in two small halls, in big rehearsal hall or upper stage as it is called above audience hall has been finished”, the RIA Novosti informs.

      
The theatrical group will be able to start its rehearsals in the main hall of the theatre in August.  All the rehearsal halls of the theatre will be supplied with sound and noise proofing.

      
 Reconstruction of Bolshoi theatre in the centre of Moscow started in 2005 to build extension of the main stage – back stage for installation and a quick change of decorations. The space of the Bolshoy Theatre is supposed to double and make up 80 thousand square meters.

      

www.ria.ru


Author: Irina Fomina

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