Mykolaiv Russian Drama Theater
Admiralskaya St. 25
The Mykolaiv Theater is one of the first creative teams in Ukraine, and moreover, the first Russian Theater that appeared in post-revolutionary period. The team of the theater was formed in Lugansk, but soon it settled in Mykolaiv, which it never left.
The building of the theater was constructed in 1881 in Pseudo-renaissance style and now has the status of the monument of history and architecture. The first performances in the new theater with 1310 seats took place in January of 1882. This influenced considerably the development of the theatric art in Mykolaiv.
The theater is actively performing on tours, but it never forgets Mykolaiv spectators as well. Now there are names of performances after the works by Pedro Kalderone, sentimental plays by Maria Lado and cheerful comedies by Ray Cooney on the playbills of the theater.