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October 28 Art Director of the Belorussian Theatre «Lialka» Viktor Klimchuk age 65. A native of Brest, he worked for a large part of his life outside of Belarus. In 1985, Victor Klimchuk came to Vitebsk, where he created a puppet troupe, which has grown into a full-fledged puppet theater 25.10.2011
On March, 29-31th the Belorussian theater «Lialka» has taken part in minifestival of puppet theaters in Olsztyn (Poland) with performance «The Ruined soul» on products Yana Borschevsky. 05.04.2011
The actors of the Belorussian Theatre “Lialka” took part in the Belorussian International Puppets’ Theatre Festival in Minsk as soon as returned home from Serbia. The theatrical collective performed the excellent play “The Flower of Seven Colours” by V.Katayev on the 29th of May 07.06.2010
The actress Olga Makhankova got the Prize for Acting Skills for her role of the Princess in the performance “The Star Child” by O.Wilde which was staged by the actors of the Belorussian Theatre “Lialka” at the 17th International Children’s Theatre Festival in Subotica, Serbia. 25.05.2010
The Theatre received the invitation to take part in the International Festival of Puppets’ Theatre in Bucharest, Romania after the successful appearance at the 17th International Children’s Theatre Festival in Subotica, Serbia. This festival will take place in December, 2010. 25.05.2010
According to the Nish Theatre administration reports the performance “The Curious Elephant” (“Radoznalo Slonche”) got the highest prize at the International Festival in Bulgaria and two main prizes at the International Festival in Serbia.
And it is nice to mention that the collective of the Nish Theatre expressed appreciation for staging of the excellent theatrical performance 25.05.2010
The collective of the theatre “Lialka” became a participant of the Festival in Saint-Petersburg at the end of June. At present the Festival “KukART” is the best in the Post-Soviet territory and it is the largest in Russia. 03.11.2009
In September the collective of the theatre was a participant at the International Festival in Stara Zagora in Bulgaria. The play “The Boat of Despair” based on the story by V.Korotkevich was performed to the attention of participants and the judges. 03.11.2009
The young and mighty charming actress of the Belorussian Theatre “Lialka” Olga Lazebnaya got the Annual Regional Theatre Review prize “The Best Actress – 2009” for the role Musya in the performance “The Hare Once Lived” by M.Shuvalov.
The History of the building
The collective of the Belorussian Theatre «Lialka» works in house number 2 in Pushkin Street, which is a monument of the late XIXth century architecture.
A private dwelling building of a country-seat type was in the city centre on a nice hill above the Vitba river. Its architectural style was strictly classical. The house was built on the place where the history of Vitebsk has its beginning. Historians, basing their conclusions on a multitude of archaeological finds, have decided that here on the hill the first fortified settlement — «gorodishche» — was founded. There was a Prince Olgerd's court and the wooden church of the Saint Michail on the Zamkovaya Mountain. But the Saint Michail's church was burnt at the beginning of the XIIth century. After the Great October Socialist Revolution the Soviet of Workers' and Soldiers' Deputies seated in this building. The 1st Conference of Bolsheviks was held there.
This building was transferred to the possession of the Theatre «Lialka» in 1991. Now the building is declared under the protection of the state, to be preserved in all its splendour.
The Sun and Little Snow-Men
A.Veselov, For children from 3 years 0:45
Interpretation – P.LamanScript by — S.BrizanScenography — A. Sidorov Puppets, costumes – A. Sidorova Music by – I.Pustovoj This is a story about 2 Little Snow-Men. They were made by young people in the park covered with deep snow. The Snow-Men were nice and charming as if living and suddenly – oh! It is a wonder! – They came to life in reality and went on a visit to the Sun to ask it not to come as Little Snow-Men wanted to live for a short while.