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A five-story palace with columns and a front facade adorns the square in Tyumen. This is the Tyumen Bolshoi Drama Theater. Thirty-six thousand square meters is the area of ​​the largest theater building in Russia. It is somewhat reminiscent of the Bolshoi Theater in Moscow - with its forms, stucco molding, and columns.

The new luxury high-classicism building was completed in a record 24 months and is yet another federal landmark. Now the theater has everything a "drama" needs: three stages, two dozen make-up rooms, 300 service rooms, underground parking for 140 cars, 8 elevators, spacious foyers and a restaurant. The classic hall of the large stage, designed for 765 spectators, consists of a parterre, a mezzanine, boxes and a balcony. The small hall can accommodate 205 guests, and the experimental stage is ready to accommodate up to 100 spectators. The stages are equipped with a rotating mechanism, the most modern lighting and sound technology, there is even the possibility of simultaneous translation. The theater building can host three performances at the same time. The theater was opened on November 14, 2008.

Even before the first building appeared, the history of the Tyumen theater began. The Petersburg guest in 1858 expressed his delight at the amateur performance. This fact was recorded, from which the countdown of the theatrical history of the city began. The first Tyumen actors were teachers, prominent citizens, merchants and their daughters.
The merchant and mayor K. Sheshukov initiated the first performances. The first performance took place in the hall of the district school on January 9, 1858. In addition to Sheshukov himself, merchants, daughters of merchants, teachers Yakovlev and Sadkov were involved in the production. They played a Russian piece with dances. The artists gathered full houses throughout the year.

Honorary citizen of the city, merchant of the first guild Tekutyev in 1890 founded a permanent theater, which went down in the history of the city as Tekutyevsky. For 26 years, Andrei Ivanovich maintained the theater. Before his death, in 1916, he bequeathed it to the city.

In the early twenties, the first theater building burned down. Tekutyev's salt warehouse was converted into a theater.

Throughout its history, the theater has repeatedly changed its name. In 1919 it was named after Lenin, and in 1924 the theater was called the Chamber Theater. Since May 1924, a troupe has been working at the Tyumen Drama Theater, led by the actor and director Saburov-Dolinin. He was also the director of the theater. In 1935, a new building was opened and the theater was named in honor of the 17th anniversary of the Red Army. In the 1926 season, the strongest troupe performed at the theater, then Samarov, Dymokovskaya, Reut, Vinogradova, Dmitriev, Chernorudny, Galina, Novikov played on the stage of the theater. The repertoire of that time included historical dramas, works of Russian classics, revolutionary productions, and musical performances. There were few performances by foreign playwrights.

In 1938, a stable troupe was formed, before that the cast changed almost every season. In August 1944, in connection with the formation of the Tyumen region, the theater began to be called the regional theater.
Tyumen Drama Theatre 1:1 Minecraft Map
Reference. The State Autonomous Institution of Culture of the Tyumen Region "Tyumen Concert and Theater Association" was created on April 7, 2014. The structure of the TKTO united five state cultural institutions: the Tyumen Philharmonic, the Tyumen Puppet Theater, the Bolshoi Tyumen Drama Theater, the Tobolsk Drama Theater named after P.P. Ershov, Palace of Culture "Oilman" named after V.I. Muravlenko. The general director of the association is Yulia Shakurskaya.

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