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The Bolshoi Theatre is one of Russia's largest and world's most significant and famous opera and ballet houses. It is a great honor to any theatrical figure to work there and invariable joy for any classical art lover to visit the Bolshoi Theatre.

One of the leading musical theaters of Russia, it collaborates with famous European stage directors and choreographers, holds modern dance festivals, actively experiments and looks for new forms.

One of the best choreographic theaters of Russia, the Ballet of Moscow follows conceptual policy based on organic synthesis of classics and innovation.

The Russian musical theater headed by the Italian conductor Fabio Mastrangelo will celebrate its 50th anniversary soon.

6 composers and 6 librettists participated in creation of the mystical musical; 666 stage costumes were made for it; the stage space is filled with 66 pieces of high tech 3D video scenery.

A meeting point of the eastern and western dramaturgy and one of the most unusual and creative theaters of Moscow, it shows the best works of domestic and foreign dramatic art.

The ballets Bamby and In the Jungles premiered at the Mariinsky Theater in 2015. They are intended for the youngest audience above six years of age.

The ballet opera The Golden Cockerel by Rimsky-Korsakov with the choreography by Mikhail Fokin restored by Andris Liepa began the tour of the project Russian Seasons of the XXI Century in the capital of Great Britain.

The Leviathan movie by the director Aleksandr Zvyagintsev and the producers Aleksandr Rodnyansky and Sergei Melkumov got the main prize at the already finished Film Festival in Munich.

The Pride of the London Covent Garden Troupe the Manon ballet was shown at the Bolshoi. It is one of the most significant events of the UK-Russia Year of Culture.

It is planned to shoot a historical film called Viking in Russia. According to the producer Anatoly Maksimov, the events of the film take place in the early Middle Ages. Such films as Game of Thrones, Lord of the Rings keep up the interest to this epoch in the world - he noted. Our film will make it possible to dive into the depths of our own past. The work on the film has already lasted for several years.

Moscow theatres will not remove performances with obscene words from their repertoires in connection with the presidential decree prohibiting the use of obscene language in the works of art.

From 10 to 26 May the St. Petersburg troop will present two of its performances to the French audience Intrigue and Love by Schiller and Three Sisters by Chekhov.

The Moscow premiere of the opera performance by Igor Stravinsky The Nightingale (Solovei) will take place at the theatre Helikon-Opera staged by the artistic director of the theatre, the famous opera director Dmitry Bertman, on May 7.

21st Rudolf Nureyev International Ballet Festival will be held in M. Jalil Opera and Ballet Tatar State Academic Theatre from 14 to 28 May 2014.

Russian circus traditions are rooted in performances of wandering comic minstrels (skomorokhi) known since the 11th century. Along with juggling, acrobatics, animal training and sound mimicking, these performances included satirical sketches, which laid the foundation to the genre of circus clownery.

As you live in Moscow, you may be wondering where to go to watch films in your native language. Doubtless there are different cultural centres, but if you prefer the ooze and groove of traditional cinemas, read on for a list of Moscow cinema halls that regularly screen films in foreign language.

Children theatre is a perfect place for the whole family and the best way to surprise and entertain your children. There are a lot of theatres for children in Moscow, and each of them has a unique atmosphere of magic, kindness and fairy-tales. Let's have a look at some of the oldest and most well-known children theatres in Moscow.

In spite of the rapid development of television in the USSR, at that time boasting the technical base and staff that were among the best ones in the world, there were few TV serials produced in this country.

Television in Russia was born in the first half of the 20th century. In 1930 the television laboratory of the All-Union Electrotechnical Institute in Moscow developed a mechanical system for transmitting images on radio-waves.

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