The Variety theatre..Raikin begins regular performances in sign language.
February 10, 2019 at the Variety Theatre. A. I. Raikin the start of the project "Theatre without borders". The first part of a great cycle is regular screenings of children's performances with the participation of highly professional sign language interpreters. Performances will be held twice a month on weekends.
In December 2018, the Variety Theatre was included in the all-Russian action designed to achieve for all the people equal participation in cultural life and to make cultural institutions wholly accessible environment. The experiment was successful. And now the first public theaters of St. Petersburg and Russian pop theaters – the Theater Stage and begins a permanent cycle for deaf and hard of hearing children and their parents.
February 10 at 12.00 sign language will pass musical performance "Cinderella". What this story most wanted to see deaf and hard of hearing children who visited the theatre in December.
White gloves sign language interpreters again put Oksana Buzuk. And in the audience, along with the usual audience will be pupils of specialized schools. Thus, in the space of a theatre creates an atmosphere of the human community.
Spectators with special needs are allocated places in that section of the auditorium, from which you can see not only the performance but also the interpreter.
After "Cinderella", February 24 sign language will show the play "Rikki-Tikki-Tavi".
Anyone who wants to get on such shows, you can contact the theater:
- call 314-66-61 and tell about your wishes to the cashier,
- write on e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org,
- find a special way reserved seats on the theatre's website www.estrada.spb.ru (the first rows at right).
The Variety theatre. A. I. Raikin happy calls, letters and visits from anyone interested in the further development of the project "Theatre without borders". We are open to cooperation with all interested institutions and citizens. The next step of the project will be organization for children with disabilities tours of the theatre and regular performances those who use a wheelchair.