Bukhara Musical Drama Theater

BUKHARA UZBEK REGIONAL MUSIC AND DRAMA THEATER. Organized at the beginning of 1921 from members of art circles. amateur performances that arose at schools and clubs after the overthrow of the power of the Emir of Bukhara. M. Uygur (Majidov) was the organizer and leader of the t-ra in the first year. The group consisted of: H. Latipov, L. Latipov, N. Rakhmanov, L. Nazrullaev and others. The repertoire of the theater consisted of one-act propaganda. plays by Uigur ("Turkestan doctor" and others), works by Khamza ("Punishment of slanderers") and concert programs. Since 1927 founded. a group of actors t-ra - B. Dzhamalov, A. Alimova, M. Musaev, A. Khasanov, Kh. Narimanov and others - entered the theater, a studio at Moscow. uzb. House of Education. The studio graduates formed the basis of the now existing Bukhara t-ra, the opening of which took place on November 6, 1930 with the play "Mutiny" by Furmanov. In 1931, one of the leading Uzbeks came to the t-r. directors Ya. Babadzhanov, under the leadership of which the post was carried out, dramatic. and music-dram. performances: "The Mask Torn Off", "Independence" and "The Eagle Crushed" by Fat-Khullin, "Cotton Pests" by Ismailov, "Two Communists" and "Comrades" by Yashen. In 1932, the t-r made a large tour of the cities of the USSR (Moscow, Leningrad, Tashkent, Alma-Ata, Frunze, Orenburg, Chelyabinsk, Sverdlovsk, Chita, Sevastopol, Simferopol, etc.). Further development of t-ra is associated with fasting. plays: "Honor and Love" by Yashen (1936), "Traitors" by Fatkhullin (1936), "Bai and the Laborer" by Hamza (1940), "Platon Krechet" (1936), "Poverty is not a vice" (1939). In the years of the Fatherland. war, the collective of the t-ra showed performances about the struggle of the Uzbeks. people at the front and in the rear: "Kurban Umarov" Abdullah, muses. Jalilov (1941), "Davron Ata" by Yashen and Abdulla, muses. Sadykov and Kozlovsky (1942), "Death to the Occupiers" by Yashen (1943).

In the 40s - 50s. in the t-ra's repertoire - music and drama. performances reflecting the life of collective farmers in Uzbekistan: "Novbakhor" (1949), "Altyn Kul" (1956) by Uigun, "Silk Suzane" by Kakhkhara (1952); satirical. comedies: "Heart Secrets" by Rakhmanov (1954) and "Sore Teeth" by Kakhkhara (1955); performances dedicated to outstanding Uzbek. poets - "Alisher Navoi" by Uigun and Sultanov (1952), "Hamza" by Yashen and Umari (1950), "Mukimi" by Abdullah, muses. Jalilov and Mushel (1954). The past is dedicated. post .: staging of "Dohunda" by Aini (1957) and the drama "Flag over the Registan" by Yusufi (1957). The theater's repertoire includes plays from Russian Soviet drama and Russian classics: The Russian Question (1948); Lavrenev's Voice of America (1950), Guilty Without Guilt (1950), The Thunderstorm (1953).

In the team of t-ra (1960) - bunk. art. Uzbek. SSR N. Nigmatova, A. Fayziev, Hon. art. Uzbek. SSR A. Kadyrov, A. Alimova, B. Jamalov, H. Naimov, D. Sattarov, A. Ikhtiyarov. The chief director is R.P. Batyrov.


Bukhara Musical Drama Theater

Bukhara city, A.Gijduvoniy, 3
+998 65 228 52 57

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