YEREVAN. – Armenian national academic theater will stage a performance based on Madagascar computer-animated film produced by DreamWorks Animation.
The Sundukyan State Academic Theatre of Yerevan will open a new season on September 14 with two premiers: Madagascar comedy, and Richard III, a play by William Shakespeare.
“Around 40 performances will be staged during this season,” head of theater’s public relation office Vahe Movsisyan told reporters.
The actors have just returned from a tour of Batumi, where, in addition to performances, they held meetings with local representatives of the Armenian community.
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