Pioneerhood 1981 № 12 Yesterday, today and always. . .

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Producer CSDF (RCSDF)

Director: Andrikanis E.

Operators: Durandin V., Gorbatskiy V.

Text writers: Sluckaya G.


Issue of the journal devoted to the 60th anniversary of the Central Children's Theatre in Moscow and the history of its creation.

Theater | Anniversaries

Reel №1

Central Children's Theatre (CDT).

Auditorium, children's faces during the performance.

The theater building.

Founder and first director of the theater Natalya Sats meets with children.

Szasz tells about the history of the theater (synchronously).

Newsreel 1920-30: the first posters of the new theater; movement of trams in Moscow Bolshoi Theatre; children in the yard Trekhgornij factory prepared for the play, take out the bench seat;

young actors set decorations in the yard; is a theatrical performance, the audience on the benches; building on Theatre Square, housewarming theater, children come into the auditorium; fragment of the play "The Golden Key".

Natalia Sats talks about the play "The Golden Key" (synchronous).

Portraits of actors in the lobby of the theater, the theater staircase.

Artists and stagehands set decoration.

Actors rehearse the dance in the hall under the piano.

Rehearsal of the play by A. Kazantsev, "Anton and others."

The main theater director A.V.Borodin rehearsing with the actors.

Writer Anatoly Aleksin says the actress Valentina Sperantovoy Theater (synchronously).

Photos of actress VA Sperantovoy in different images.

Fragment premiere of "Humanoid races in the sky."

Classroom, students meet with the creators of the show.

Shkolnik said about the play and fantastic stories (synchronously).

A fragment of the play "Humanoid races in the sky."

Evening, theater building, lights, billboards.

The audience, the curtain opens.


N.I.Sats A.V.Borodin A.G.Aleksin V.A.Sperantova


1920s - 1930s