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Regional Russian drama theatre. N. Pogodin

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Regional Russian drama theatre. N. Pogodin was one of the cultural attractions of the city of Petropavlovsk and one of the first theatres appeared on the territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Drama theatre was founded in 1886 his First works were performances staged plays by such famous writers as H. Gogol, Alexander Griboyedov, Ostrovsky, A. Chekhov and others. The first seasons were very difficult for touring theatre companies. In the building of the theatre was held dances, concerts and Amateur theatricals. In early 1897 the local fans for the people was shown some interesting performances.

The circle of admirers of dramatic art gradually grew. In 1906 the donations of citizens began construction of a new building for the theater. The Grand opening of the theatre building took place in November. In may 1909 event in the cultural life of the city of Petropavlovsk was the play "Marriage" NV.In. Gogol.

In November 1917 the city was the Soviet government. In 1918, his artistic career began Russian Soviet theatre. Then, there were the works of A. Ostrovsky, as well as arranged performances-meetings. The theatre grew and developed along with the city. In 1934, for the first time on the Billboard Petropavlovsk appeared the name of the correspondent of the newspaper "Pravda" N. Pogodin. In the prewar years, he staged plays by A. Pushkin, N. Gogol, Tolstoy, Ostrovsky, M. Gorky, A. Chekhov, P. Beaumarchais, Friedrich Schiller and J. Wagner.

In the summer of the 40th year, during a successful tour in the city of Pavlodar, the troupe began rehearsals just created N. Pogodin's plays about the life and work of Vladimir Lenin. The play about Lenin became the first in the summer tour poster 1941 In the 50-60 on the theatrical stage performances Rozov, "good luck!", Goldfeld "Ivan and Marya", A. Moreto "the Living portrait", I. D. Mamin-Sibiryak "On Golden Bottom," Leskov "Castle", D. Furmanova "Mutiny", by A. Korneichuk, "Plato Krechet", M. Gorky "the Last" and others. In 1962, the theater was awarded the name of Laureate of the Lenin prize playwright N. F. Pogodin. Over the years, the theatre performances were attended by such actors as Moscow: Mikhail Tsarev, G. A. Abrikosov and Abrikosov, E. Kozyreva, R. Nifontova, V. Lanova and so on. In late 1972, the theatre moved to a beautiful new building.

With the formation of independent Kazakhstan began a new history of the theater. In recent years the playbill has been enriched with new performances by the best samples of world drama, and the creative potential of the Regional Russian drama theatre was marked with dignity at prestigious national and international festivals.