Dnipropetrovsk Russian Drama Theater
Karla Marksa Ave. 97
Russian Drama Theater was founded in 1927, based on performing on tour troupe of the Small Theater of Moscow. The building of the theater has cultural and architectural value, and, therefore, is included in the List of the architectural monuments of national significance of Ukraine.
Since its early performances and till nowadays the creative team of the theater follows the motto: "Talk to the contemporaries about contemporary and in contemporary language."
The creative team of the troupe always stood out by high level of the acting technique and original approach to its work. Very soon the theater caught the fancy not only of the Dnepropetrovsk audience, but of the residents from other Ukrainian cities and CIS countries as well.
The repertoire of the theater is constantly replenished with new plays and performances. Now you may see on its posters the names of such plays as "Lady Windermere's Fan" (O. Wilde), "Peace to Your House"(Sholem Aleichem), "Female Mind and Man's Naivety" (S. Maugham) and many others.