Teatr

Teatr

 

(Theater), a Soviet illustrated monthly magazine. The successor to the magazine Teatr i dramaturgiia (Theater and Dramaturgy), Teatr was published in Moscow from 1937 to 1941 and began publication again in 1945. Until 1953 it was an organ of the Committee for Artistic Affairs under the Council of People’s Commissars of the USSR; since 1953 it has been an organ of the Ministry of Culture of the USSR and of the Writers’ Union of the USSR.

Teatr is the foremost magazine of criticism and the scholarly study of theater in the country. It covers the activities of theaters of various genres, publishes analyses and reviews of plays, and features stories on Soviet directors, actors, playwrights, and stage designers. It also prints articles on foreign theater and publishes plays, theatrical novels and novellas, and memoirs. Past editors in chief were I. L. Al’tman, N. F. Pogodin, V. F. Pimenov, Iu. S. Rybakov, and V. V. Lavrent’ev. Since 1972 the editor in chief has been A. D. Salynskii. Circulation, 32,600 (1975).

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Contract award notice: Delivery of vouchers for employees of the teatr wielki - polish national opera.
The Polish Teatr Grodzki presents Somewhere over the Rainbow piece, based on the memories of actors who are hearing impaired.
Two years in the making, it was a co-production between Imagineer Productions and Teatr Biuro Podrozy, and tells of Leonte's journey through his morbid jealousy to his final redemption in a thought-provoking and emotional interpretation of one of Shakespeare's most enigmatic and under-performed plays.
The company housing this unlikely hybrid work was Teatr.
The tri-lingual play is a co-production with Teatr Piba from Brittany and is staged in Welsh, Breton and French.
Created in co-production with Teatr Piba from Brittany, the project will be the first time for the theatre group to co-produce a play with a company from abroad.
Most powerfully reexamining the past is a documentary drama collectively created by Teatr Osmego Dnia (Theater of the Eighth Day), The Files (2007), with a performance text excerpted from secret police reports on the Poznan company members' activities.
Petrovskaia, Teatr i zritel' provintsial'noi Rossii (Leningrad: Iskusstvo, 1979), 5.
Taking place at the Warsaw Teatr, the concert featured performances by the Sinfonia Varsovia, Warsaw Philharmonic, Polish National Opera Choir, Weilki Theater Choir and the Warsaw Boys' Choir, along with friends, advocates and international artists.
Alexei Tanovitski made an impressive Met debut as Iolanta's father King Rene, as did Elchin Azizov as her doctor, Ibn-Hakia, in this premiere, which was a co-production with Teatr Wielki-Polish National Opera.
From there I went to work for Teatr Zar, in Wroclaw, which is where I met Vivien (Wood, director of Exile).