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Tour of the Moscow art theatre in Alma-ATA. (1965)

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Scene №1 Tour of the Moscow art theatre in Alma-ATA

The spectators who came to meet the artists of the theater of the Moscow art theatre on tour in Alma-ATA.

The artists of the Moscow art theatre played the scene of one of the performances with the participation of yanshina M. M., faces of the audience.

A scene from the play "the Kremlin chimes", as Lenin - Smirnov B. A.

Personnel

Yanshin Mikhail Mikhailovich-film and theater actor, theater Director
Smirnov, Boris A. -- theater and film actor

Calendar

1965

Locations

Alma-ATA

Culture and Arts

Scene №2

The artists of the Moscow art theater play a scene from the play "the Kremlin chimes" during a meeting with spectators in Alma-ATA, in the role of Lenin - Smirnov B. A.

The host of the evening says from the stage, greeting the artists of the Moscow art theatre, standing on the stage with bouquets of flowers in his hands.

The artists of the Moscow art theatre receives flowers, among them Yanshin M. M., Smirnov B. A.

Smirnov in the makeup of Lenin and other artists once again take the stage under the applause of the audience, the presenter utters speech into the microphone.

The output of the artists on stage, the presentation of colors.

View of the hall and the stage, the performers and the audience applauded.

Yanshin moves away from the microphone after the speech, thanks the audience for applause.

Yanshin speaks to the audience.

Presenting the artists of the Moscow art theatre Souvenirs.

The actors play a scene from the play involving yanshina, view of the hall, the audience applauded.

Personnel

Yanshin Mikhail Mikhailovich-film and theater actor, theater Director
Smirnov, Boris A. -- theater and film actor

Calendar

1965

Locations

Alma-ATA

Culture and Arts