St. Petersburg theatres will resume their work and show more than 30 performances from January 7 to 10, 2021, TASS reports. The city’s art groups have updated their posters after the administration lifted the previously imposed restrictions.
On the stage of the Alexandrinsky Theatre, twice a day, “The Nutcracker” and “Swan Lake” will be performed by artists of the Ballet Theatre of Leonid Yakobson. Also “The Nutcracker” will be shown at the Mariinsky Theatre, and the children’s version of the play will be given at the Mikhailovsky Theatre. In addition, the Mariinsky Theatre will show the performances “Don Quixote” and “The Night Before Christmas”.
Also, the performances of “Dunno on the Moon” and “Treasure Island” were organized for children at the Baltic House Theatre Festival. It is noted that all theatres will be required to comply with anti-epidemiological measures. In particular, auditoriums cannot be more than 25 per cent full. In addition, until January 31, 2021, St. Petersburg maintains a temporary ban on visits to theatres by organized groups for children under the age of 16.