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Young actors of ZNU prepared a performance to 200th anniversary of Taras Shevchenko

07.03.2014 10:29 Факультет соціальної педагогіки та психології Тарас Шевченко

To 200th anniversary of the birth of the Great Poet at the Faculty of Social Pedagogics and Psychology March 6, was held a premiere of theatrical festive event titled "My Thoughts". On the first day of the show a theatrical staging visited pupils and teachers of Zaporizhzhya schools and students of the Trade College of ZNU. Today, March 7, staging works by Taras Shevchenko will see students of Zaporizhzhya National University and College of Economics and Law.

The play, presented on stage of House of Culture named after Drobyazko created on motives of famous works of Taras Shevchenko - "Nazar Stodolya", "Tytarivna" and "Hireling". Director-producer of theatrical performance made Honored Artist of Ukraine Anatoliy Halimon. On stage, playing 2nd-5th years students of the Faculty of SPP of specialty "Dramatic Arts" (artistic director of educational theater – Kristina Bondareva, Heads of groups - Honoured Artist of Ukraine - professor of Acting Department Oleksandr Korol and assistant professor of the Department Nadiya Stadnichenko).
Before the performance the audience welcomed associate professor of the Acting Department Lyudmyla Bilozub. She also invited high school students who dream of becoming future theater and cinema actors, after graduation to enter the Faculty of Social Pedagogics and Psychology of ZNU to receive profession of specialty "Acting".
Students of SPP demonstrated successful actors game and a high level of training. In particular, young audience enjoyed performances of Yuliya Kyryyanova, Oleksiy Blynov, Oleksandr Ocheretenko, Lyudmyla Usenko and Yevhen Kozlov. Schoolchildren and college students also had the opportunity once again to delve into familiar and unfamiliar topics of Shevchenko's works, to hear folk songs, see Ukrainian dances and customs. Despite the deep sorrow of the famous poet's poetry, through them lurks witty folk humor and inextinguishable desire for life.
Theatrical staging performance of a musical work culminated in the words of Taras Shevchenko's "The Wide Dneiper Roars and Moans". A young viewers awarded actors-artists with a storm of applause.

Olena Khlystun

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