ChTPZ Group’s Snezhnost Festival Closes in Urals

25 December 2017 (09:21)

UrBC, Yekaterinburg, December 25, 2017. ChTPZ Group’s 15th Snezhnost Charity Theater Festival closed in the Urals and the Volga Region this week. This year, the plays were performed in Chelyabinsk, Pervouralsk, Almetyevsk, and (for the first time ever) Ozersk, the Group’s press service reports.

More than 15,000 young spectators got to see the festival plays. They are children from foster homes and live-in schools, children from low-income families, children of single parents, children from multiple-children families, and students of schools the Group supports financially. Some of them are also students of vocational schools and children and grandchildren of the Group’s employees.

Look At Me Flying! proved the key feature of this year’s event. This is a large-scale theatrical performance, a musical funded by ChTPZ Group as a present to all the viewers. Budding actors from a children’s musical school directed by Russia’s Honored Performer Boris Kaplun and professional performers worked together to create a story of childhood, friendship, and dreams.

Snezhnost also featured plays by Moscow Human & Puppet Theater, Saint Petersburg Puppet Theater, Ozersk Drama Theater, Orenburg Variety Theater, Samara Puppet Theater, and Nikolay Zykov Puppet Theater. Besides, there were special plays for children with disabilities and special-needs-adjusted plays.

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