Kirov street, 8
Ph. (351) 235-46-46
The chief producer: Ludvig Ustinov
The theatre repertoire:
- There are the plays for both children and grown-ups such as "Arthur Oui's
career, which couldn't be" by B. Brecht, "Little prince" by Antoine de
Saint-Exupéry, "A little stork and a Scarecrow", "Dead Souls" by N. Gogol,
"Midsummer Night" by W. Shakespeare, "Me, Faust ...", "Hamlet"
(it is a russian folk parody in poetry), "The thing" by D. Harms and
- The theatre took part in International's festivals of puppet-shows
in Charleville-Mesier (France) and in Hungary (in 1985. The play "Dead Souls"
got Grand-prix for the best producing).
- The Puppet theatre is the member of the International association for
Puppet theatres workers.
- The date of foundation: 1929.
In 1939 it got the state status.