Russian Copper Company Holds Special Event for Kyshtym’s Visually Impaired Children

UrBC, Yekaterinburg, October 3, 2016. Russian Copper Company’s charity fund coordinated a special event for children and employees at Alenushka, a kindergarten for visually impaired children in Kyshtym, the company press service reports.

The company helped coordinate two performances of a play called Khnyka & Gyka at the kindergarten.

‘This is a spectacular and unusual piece by Live Theater, a traveling musical theater run by the composer, playwright, and legendary ‘Grandfather of Ural Rock’ Alexander Pantykin. The play is special in that it presents live sound, live musical instruments, live atmosphere, and memorable characters,’ the press service says.

The play was adjusted specially for Alenushka’s children, with an extra character, a narrator, introduced to comment on the events of the play so that the plot could be easier to follow for children with special visual needs.


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