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Young compatriots took part in Theatrical Petersburg project

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Young compatriots took part in Theatrical Petersburg project


pixabay.comYoung compatriots from 18 countries came to Saint Petersburg to take part in the 4th cultural-educational Theatrical Petersburg program. This time 80 teens came to participate, Sootechestvenniki (Compatriots) website reports.

The closing ceremony was held in in REZIDENZIA theater arts space. Kids presented three vignettes that were created from zero in the course of 5-days workshop. The group of assistants has also prepared their own version of popular Russian fairytale Geese and Swans.

Participants of the program gave the highest mark to the project and thanked the organizers. According to them, Theatrical Petersburg has presented to everybody “amazing flight of fancy, spirituality, sea of smiles, love for the city, inspiration, and creativity enchantment.”

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