“Territory. Yakutsk “. This happens every 100 years

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IA SakhaNews. Festival of contemporary art “Territory” will be held for the first time in the capital of Yakutia. Festival events in the city on permafrost will be held from 2 to 8 June, according to the company’s press service Pole Aldan.

The festival is aimed at promoting the cultural life of the regions of Siberia and the Far East. This time it is held as part of the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the formation of the Yakut ASSR.

“Territory. Yakutsk » is a joint project of the International Festival-School of Contemporary Art “Territory”, Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art (MMOMA) and Russia’s largest gold mining company “Pole”. The project is implemented using a grant from the President of the Russian Federation provided by the Presidential Grants Fund.

The festival will open with the play “Cardboard” by a young director from St. Petersburg Kirill Lyukevich. In the yard of the National Art Museum of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), viewers will be invited to learn about all stages of cardboard production, and the cardboard cycle in nature will be accompanied by a “cardboard man”. The play will be presented three times: on June 2 and June 3, the press service said.

June 3 on the stage of GTOiB them. DK Sivtseva-Suorun Omolloon will host the grand opening of the festival with a musical and poetic performance “We are so different.” People’s Artist of Russia Eugene Dobrovolskaya and Honored Artist of the Russian Federation Sergei Chonishvili talk to the audience about love, tell stories of poetic tandems (Tsvetaeva and Pasternak, Akhmatova and Gumilev, Ivanov and Odoevtseva, Yevtushenko and Akhmadulin). Performed music enters into a dialogue with poetry Polina of Ossetia (piano) and Elena Revich (violin).

As part of the festival, two Moscow performances will be shown on the stage of the Yakut Youth Theater. June 4 Georgy Iobadze will play a one-man show “I, Grandma, Iliko and Hilarion” based on the famous “thaw” novel by writer Nodar Dumbadze about the childhood and youth of the boy Zuriko.

Theater Trickster will show on June 6 the production of “Robot Tales about a Real Man”. Tiny robots in a miniature mechanical nativity scene tell stories about people based on Stanislav Lem’s story “About Queen Ferritzia and Queen Crystal”.

Modern dance will be presented by the Theater Moscow Ballet with the play “All roads lead to the north.” Directed by a Belgian choreographer Paintings by Pontier is based on the principles of improvisation and tells the story of seven men: from the usual hard worker to the capital’s dude. Performance-winner of the award “Golden Mask-2017” in the nomination “Modern Dance / Best Performance”. The show will take place on the stage of GTOiB them. DK Sivtseva-Suorun Omolloon on June 5.

The festival will end with a musical and poetic performance “Ebony Skin” with the participation of a multipercussionist Peter Glavatsky and Art Director of the Territory Festival, Honored Artist of Russia Julia Peresild on the stage of the Sakha Academic Theater named after PA Oyunsky. Nikolai Gumilev’s poetry and works for percussion in modern arrangements on ancient African instruments create an image of Africa, heavenly and at the same time wildly frightening.

The central place in the festival program will be occupied by performances of the winners of the seventh competition of regional theater groups “Pole. Golden Season “, which is held in the regions of presence of the gold mining company” Polyus “.

June 5 Sharypovo City Drama Theater will present a play Snezhanna Lobastova “Pinocchio” on the stage of the Yakut TYUZ. On June 6, the play “Ozor” will be shown on the stage of the Sakha Academic Theater named after PA Oyunsky Mirny Theater (Yakutia) in the production Lisa Cooper. On June 8, TYUZ will perform on its stage the production of “Chronicle of Madness”, which won the competition “Pole. Golden Season “.

Simultaneously with theatrical performances from June 4 to 7, readings of the best modern plays selected in 2021 by experts of the joint drama competition “Culmination” will take place: “Black Snowstorm” Anastasia Bukreeva“Sleep with Lena and die” Tony Yablochkina and White Noise Julia Bocharova. The readings will take place in the laboratory hall of the Sakha Academic Theater named after PA Oyunsky, they will be presented in the format of theatrical sketches, which will be staged by young directors. Curator of readings Roman Dorofeev.

Also within the framework of the festival on June 7 there will be a special performance of the Sakha performance of the PA Oyunsky Academic Theater “Alice goes to the mountains” staged Andrey Borisov. This is a large-scale production based on the novel by Soviet writer Tikhon Semushkin about the 1920s in Chukotka.

Representatives of the six winning theaters and the People’s Theater “Weirdo” UIA of the Angarsk NGO “Neftekhimik” will be participants in the professional program of the festival. Lectures and master classes at the festival in Yakutsk will be performed by: director, People’s Artist of the Russian Federation Andrei Borisov, tutor Artyom Ignatievactor and director Georgy Iobadze, director of the Trickster Theater Maria Litvinovadirector Kirill Lyukevich, executive producer Olga Romanovaactor, director and director of the Mirny Theater Konstantin Soldatovtheatrical artist Yuri Kharikov.

The festival program, in addition to performances for family viewing, includes two master classes for children and their parents. A music master class by Polina Osetinskaya (piano) and Elena Revich (violin) will take place on June 3 at the Higher School of Music of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia).

The Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art will present the exhibition “Man and His Landscapes” at the National Art Museum of the RS (I). The exposition of selected works from the MMOMA collection addresses the topic of visible and imaginary spaces with which a person interacts and associates himself. It is dedicated to his connections with real landscapes and, on the other hand, his inner ideas about the world – dreams, visions, fantasies and memories. The exhibition will be open for visitors from June 4 to July 17.

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