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Ded Moroz School Opens in Moscow
14.11.2012 11:50
Ded Moroz School Opens in Moscow

While many of us grow wanting to see Santa Claus (or Ded Moroz in Russian), some eventually decide to be one. For these wannabe Santas a special Moscow school opens the doors between November 26 and December 14, 2012.

      The masterclasses from film and stage directors, make-up artists, actors, composers, psychologists will teach the students to pull the Santa look with confidence, to talk to kids, and even to script festive plays.

      At the end of the course there will be an exam judged by children themselves. All students will receive a certificate stamped by the Russian Ded Moroz and a diploma of the Moscow Institute of Open Education, qualifying them as advanced specialists in organisation of children's events.  

      To learn more about Ded Moroz and why he is so popular, read the article from Culture editors. 


Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian society children in Russia Ded Moroz   

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