Na­tional ac­tors to join Ira­nian the­ater fes­ti­val

Azer News - - Culture & Lifestyle - By La­man Is­may­ilova

AAzer­bai­jani the­ater pro­duc­tion "Bir sәbәt tәn­halıq" will be pre­sented in the city of Ard­abi­lat on Jan­uary 8-9, Trend Life re­ported.

The play is based on the work of play­wright Ma­jid Vahidzade.

The stage di­rec­tor is Hon­ored Artist Nofel Veliyev, art di­rec­tor Zam­ina Oru­jova, mu­sic di­rec­tor Irada Mu­radova, light artist - Vadim Kuskov.

The cast in­cludes Hon­ored Artist Gushver Shar­i­fova and ac­tor Anar Sey­ful­layev.

The play tells about the girl's life, her anx­i­eties, fears, dreams and hopes. Lonely girl has no one to talk to. But one day a young man ap­pears next to her, who is just as lost in life, lonely and mis­er­able as she is ...

Founded in 1982, Fajr In­ter­na­tional Film Fes­ti­val (FIFF) is Iran’s largest an­nual film fes­ti­val held in Tehran. It is an event that cel­e­brates cul­tural ex­change, dis­plays cre­ative achieve­ments of highly ac­claimed cineastes and pays trib­ute to qual­ity lo­cal and in­ter­na­tional films.

Since its es­tab­lish­ment, Fajr In­ter­na­tional Film Fes­ti­val has played a vi­tal role in the de­vel­op­ment of the Ira­nian Cin­ema. Every year, vet­eran di­rec­tors and new film­mak­ers de­vot­edly present their works in the fes­ti­val.

Azer­bai­jan State The­ater of Young Spec­ta­tor plays an im­por­tant role in shap­ing the artis­tic and aes­thetic taste of the young gen­er­a­tion and in­cul­cat­ing high moral and spir­i­tual val­ues, oc­cu­pies a wor­thy place in the his­tory of the Azer­bai­jani the­ater. For many years, out­stand­ing fig­ures of cul­ture and art of the coun­try main­tained close cre­ative ties with this the­ater. Hav­ing a rich ex­pe­ri­ence, the State The­ater of the Young Spec­ta­tor has won a great sym­pa­thy for art lovers.

Baku Chil­dren's The­ater of­fi­cially started its ac­tiv­ity by the De­ci­sion of the Com­mis­sariat of Pub­lic En­light­en­ment of Azer­bai­jan on Sep­tem­ber 20, 1928. The first ac­tors and di­rec­tors of the the­ater were Aghadadash Gur­banov, Mam­madaga Dadashov, Yusif Eminli, Mina Ab­dul­layeva, Yusif Dadashov, Su­sanna Ma­ji­dova, Cavahir Iskan­darov, Su­ley­man Alas­garov, Husey­nagha Sadikhov, Karim Hasanov, Za­far Ne­ma­tov, Ma­har­ram Hashimov, Ali­mam­mad Atayev and oth­ers.

The Rus­sian sec­tion of the the­ater started on Novem­ber 6, 1928 with the same-name spec­ta­cle of the play "Five Peo­ple" by N.Smirnov and S.Ser­bakov and the Azer­bai­jani sec­tion on Jan­uary 30, 1930, "Against Red tie” by N.Ivan­ter.

From July 18, 1936, the Baku Chil­dren's The­ater was re­named to "Azer­bai­jan State The­ater of Young Spec­ta­tors" ac­cord­ing to the or­der of Com­mis­sariat of Pub­lic En­light­en­ment of Azer­bai­jan.

The col­lec­tive was awarded with the best an­tique per­for­mance at the XII In­ter­na­tional Fes­ti­val of An­tique Art held in Sim­fer­opol on June 4-11, 2010, per­form­ing G. Figueredo's "Ae­sop".

The col­lec­tive per­formed "Othello" in the 32nd In­ter­na­tional Fes­ti­val "Fajr", held on Fe­bru­ary 4-8, 2011 in Kur­gan, Iran, and re­turned to the home­land with suc­cess.

Ac­cord­ing to the de­ci­sion No 41 of the Cab­i­net of Min­is­ters of the Repub­lic of Azer­bai­jan of March 19, 2009, Azer­bai­jan State Youth The­ater and de­ci­sion of Sep­tem­ber 30, 2009 the Baku Cam­era The­ater were joined to the Azer­bai­jan State The­ater of Young Spec­ta­tors. After ma­jor ren­o­va­tion and re­con­struc­tion in April of the same year, the the­ater con­tin­ued its ac­tiv­ity in the build­ing, which was pro­vided with new tech­niques and modern de­sign.

The the­ater ac­tively par­tic­i­pates in the pro­pa­ganda of the cul­tural achieve­ments of Azer­bai­jan.

The the­ater suc­cess­fully per­formed at the first Sheki In­ter­na­tional The­ater Fes­ti­val, the 19th "Be­laya Veja" ("White Cas­tle") In­ter­na­tional The­ater Fes­ti­val, the first In­ter­na­tional Martin McDon­agh Fes­ti­val, the 17th Black Sea In­ter­na­tional The­ater Fes­ti­val, the 5th nter­na­tional The­ater Fes­ti­val "North­ern Meet­ings", etc.

Dur­ing the years, the the­ater has suc­cess­fully staged such spec­ta­cles as Sheikh Sanan (Huseyn Javid), Ay­din (Ja­far Jab­barli), "Road to Mekkah" (Jalil Mam­madgu­luzadeh), "Cherry Gar­den" (An­ton Chekhov), Othello (Wil­liam Shake­speare), "Ae­sop" (Guillermo Figueredo), "Hekay­ati khirs goul­dour basan" (Mirza Fatali Akhun­dov), "Vic­to­ria" (Ham­sun), "The trick of the Witch" (Y. Schwartz), "Aladdin’s magic lamp" (Ara­bic folk tale), "The Last train or Dogs" (I.Fahmi, O.Kaz­imi), "Nutcracker" (E.T.A. Hof­mann), "Sleep­ing Beauty" (B.Marvin), "Ad­ven­tures of Oliver Twist" (Dick­ens), "My White Dove" (Ta­mara Valiyeva), “I love you - MSS" (Ali Amirli), "The de­stroyed di­aries" (IlyasA­fandiyev), "Romeo and Juliet" (Wil­liam Shake­speare), "Pretty Fatma" (T.Valiyeva), "The sto­ries of Bu­zovna dis­trict" (Elchin), "The tale of Prince Caspian" (K.Agha­bal­ayev), "Alinja tower" (Dil­suz), "Black­ish girl" (Su­ley­man Sani Akhun­dov and Ab­dul­lah Shaig), "Tale of four twins" (P.Panchev)," Ital­ian hap­pi­ness "(D.Fo, P. Filippo), etc.

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