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Russian-speaking children from Finland staged "Twelve Months" play

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Russian-speaking children from Finland staged "Twelve Months" play


15.01.2021

Photo credit: mosds.mos.ru

Russian-speaking children from Finland have prepared the "Twelve Months" play for the old New Year, according to the website of the Moscow House of Compatriot.

The fairy-tale performance was staged by the participants of the Natalia Shmakova Family School, the cultural project was supported by the RCSC in Helsinki
Young actors demonstrated that creativity not only helps to reveal abilities, but also stimulates the study of the Russian language. It is noted that the actors showed a brilliant command of the Russian language.

Russian theaters around the world, despite the coronavirus pandemic, have prepared festive performances for Russian compatriots. Russian-speaking children from Australia saw the fabulous performance of The Flying Ship performed by the DoReMix musical theater. The actors took the stage in national Russian costumes and images of characters from Russian fairy tales.

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