The Largest Theaters Of Ugra Have Planned To Show Premieres After The Restrictions Have Been Lifted

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The Largest Theaters Of Ugra Have Planned To Show Premieres After The Restrictions Have Been Lifted
The Largest Theaters Of Ugra Have Planned To Show Premieres After The Restrictions Have Been Lifted

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KHANTY-MANSIYSK, February 3. / TASS /. The largest theaters of the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug have planned to show the premiere performances after the restrictions on holding performances for spectators in the hall have been lifted. Local residents are actively buying and booking tickets, wishing to get to the upcoming events, the press services of the region's theaters told TASS on Wednesday.

Currently, there are nine municipal and regional theaters in Ugra, as well as one branch of the Maly Theater in Kogalym. In connection with the coronavirus pandemic, from March 18, 2020, they could only show productions online or in recording, rehearse, prepare premieres. On January 28, 2021, Governor Natalya Komarova, in connection with a decrease in the number of new cases of coronavirus, signed a decree allowing theaters to stage performances offline if the auditorium is only 50% full.

"The puppet theater begins its season as usual on February 6. On this day, we will have the premiere of the play" The Story of a Beard "for children from the age of four. Children will also be able to see their favorite production of" Buk ". half, we decided to show each of them three times, "Olga Ustinina, the chief administrator of the Khanty-Mansiysk Puppet Theater, told TASS.

According to her, there is an exuberant demand for tickets. “Almost all tickets for February 6 have been sold. Even at night, residents were buying tickets on the theater's website. Children missed the live performances of our theater very much,” she said.

In turn, the representative of the Surgut Music and Drama Theater - the largest in the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug - Andrey Kuleshov told TASS that the institution will also start offline work with the premiere. "On February 12 and 13, the theater will show a premiere - a performance for residents over 16 years of age" Boundaries of Memory ". This is a production by director, director of the Surgut Music and Drama Theater Tamara Lychkata based on Leonid Zorin's play" Warsaw Melody. " the demand - we have a rush. Residents are actively buying up and booking tickets, there are almost no vacant seats left, the audience is very bored and waiting for the performance, "he said.

In turn, the press service of the Nizhnevartovsk City Drama Theater TASS said that the opening of the season will take place on February 19. On this day, for residents over 16 years old, the premiere - the play "Mermaid" based on the work of Alexander Pushkin will be shown. "They buy tickets very actively. The ticket office is open only for the second day, and several rows for the first screenings have already been bought. There is a stir, people really want to see the performance live, not online," said the agency's interlocutor.

On the situation with the pandemic in Ugra

The increase in the incidence in Ugra has been recorded since September 17, 2020, when 76 cases of coronavirus infection were registered per day. After that, an increasing number of infected people were detected daily in the region. According to the regional operational headquarters, as of February 2, 48,009 cases of coronavirus infection were registered in Ugra, including 171 over the last day. 672 people died, 44 829 patients recovered.

Sports and cultural events in the region are allowed with the participation of 25% of spectators, the mandatory self-isolation regime in the region has been extended until February 28 for the elderly, pregnant women and people with chronic diseases. On February 1, schools, technical schools, colleges and universities returned to full-time studies.

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