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Moscow Maly Theater Opened after Reconstruction
20.12.2016 19:35
Moscow Maly Theater Opened after Reconstruction

The Maly Theatre will raise its curtain today for the first time after its reconstruction, carried out from 2014. It was the first reconstruction in 260 years.

      The work has been completed almost 2 years ahead of the plan. The theater building of the 19th century, has been totally reconstructed, with new buildings for art exhibitions and storage rooms for stage scenery, decorations and costumes added.

      The historical number of seats has also changed - from 110 to 870. This change took place along with the hall's adaptation for people with disabilities.

      The first stage production will be "The Woe from Wit"; tickets for the opening night are sold out. The main role is played by the theatre's art director Yuri Solomin. In the beginning of February, the theater will present its premiere of "King Lear."

       


Sources: http://svopi.ru 


Author: Vera Ivanova

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