• The Ministry of culture established a working group on conflicts in the theatrical sphere

  • The Ministry of culture formed a working group to address disputes arising in the field of theatrical art. The representatives of the Agency told "Interfax" Tuesday, January 24.

    The Ministry of culture reported that the Commission will Express the common stance and put forward their proposals regarding appointments of artistic Directors, chief Directors and Directors of theaters.

    "The first was composed of such prominent theatrical figures as Valery Fokin, Vladimir urin, Alexander Kalyagin, Kirill KROK, Yevgeny Mironov and others. Group meeting will be held as necessary," — said the representative office.

    The head of the Ministry Vladimir Medinsky stressed that the tasks of the Commission should not limit itself to analysis of the theatrical strife. According to him, the new Council will also develop recommendations for the development of theatre education and the arts.


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