Schoolchildren from Karmirgyugh, Artsvakar communities and Abovyan city were invited to the performance of  the ESC school theater group

On April 25, «The Tale of the Fisherman and the Fish» performance of the ESC School theater group was shown at the Educational — Sport Complex of CJSC Gazprom Armenia.

ESC theater group participates in the festival of school performances «И я там был...», which is held by the Russian Center of Science and Culture in Yerevan (Russian House in Armenia). The festival is dedicated to the 225th anniversary of the birth of the Russian poet Alexander Pushkin.

Gazprom Armenia, together with the Russian House in Armenia, organized the performance for 4th-7th grade schoolchildren from Karmirgyugh and Artsvakar communities of the Gegharkunik region, who attend the Additional Education Center of the Russian House in Karmirgyugh.

As the representative of the Russian House in Armenia Natalia Sahakyan noted, the invitation of schoolchildren to the performance is very important in terms of interaction with regional schools.

«Our friends and colleagues from Gazprom Armenia have organized this wonderful cultural event, which was also attended by schoolchildren from Karmirgyugh and Artsvakar. The children watched the performance with great interest and, I think, discovered new aspects in „The Tale of the Fisherman and the Fish“ of Alexander Pushkin. Such initiatives are very important for schoolchildren in terms of introducing them to culture, expanding their horizons, and developing interest in art and literature,” said Natalia Sahakyan.

Pupils from school № 7 of Abovyan city were also invited as spectators in order to expand cultural exchange and as a sign of friendship.

After the performance, the children talked to the actors, shared their impressions and emotions, telling about the interest with which they followed the development of the plot and worried about the characters. The children expressed their gratitude to the organizers and the ESC theater group for the wonderful opportunity of immediate contact with the theater world.

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