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Big Tours Online Presents a Selection of Performances for Family Day
July 8, 2020 09:30

The Day of Family, Love and Fidelity, which is celebrated in Russia on July 8, is best spent with the family, of course!
The Big Tours Online project has collected ten performances of Moscow and regional theaters that will appeal to both children and adults.
The stage productions on this list are dedicated to love, fidelity and goodness, as well as imbued with an atmosphere of understanding and mutual assistance. After all, this is the main thing that the family gives to each of us. Records of stage productions are in the public domain. The audience will also see the premiere: the first online tour of the Obraztsov Puppet Theater Museum, which houses theater puppets from around the world from the ancient era to the present.
The List of Performances for Family Day:
 “Ruslan and Lyudmila” based on Pushkin’s fairy tale staged by the Omsk Puppet Theater. The play uses original drawings by Pushkin, a variety of dolls with different control systems (tablet, cane, mimicking) and different sizes (from the dwarf Chernomor to three-meter Prince Vladimir), as well as video and laser projections. Stage director is Sergey Balykov. Recommended audience age is 6+.
“Crane Feathers” based on a Japanese folk tale staged by the Tver Puppet Theater, directed by Cakchi Frosnokkers (St. Petersburg). The performance made it into the long list of the Golden Mask Award 2020. Recommended audience age is 6+.
“Teremok” is a new interpretation of the famous fairy tale from the director Olga Shust and the Buryat Puppet Theater “Ulger”. No age restrictions.
"Chuck and Huck" based on the eponymous story by Arkady Gaidar directed by the Arkady Gaidar  Kemerovo Puppet Theater and staged by Sergei Yagodkin. Recommended for viewers over 6 years old. 
The excursion "Around the World with Dolls" in the Obraztsov Theater. For viewers over 6 years old. 
"Gingerbread Man" directed by the Bolshoi Puppet Theater (St. Petersburg) and staged by Ruslan Kudashov. The performance was nominated for the Golden Mask in three categories. For kids from 4 years old (6+). 
"The Tale of the Golden Fish" after Pushkin's fairy tale staged at the Vampilov  Irkutsk Youth Theater by Victor Tokarev. Recommended audience age is 6+. 
Tchaikovsky ballet Sleeping Beauty with choreography by Marius Petipa, Natalia Kasatkina and Vladimir Vasilyev. No age restrictions.
“The Writer” is a puppet variation based on the novel by M. Shishkin staged by the Moscow Children's Chamber Puppet Theater, directed by Boris Konstantinov. For viewers over 16 years old.
Borodin’s Opera "Prince Igor" directed by Konstantin Balakin at the Astrakhan Opera and Ballet Theater. Recommended for viewers over 12 years old. 
The Big Tours Online project has already had more than 22 million views and shown more than 100 performances. 
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Author: Vera Ivanova



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