23 May, Thursday | 21:41
Mime artists of the world at Tsakhkunyats Square
Mime artists from different corners across the globe have been hosting master’s courses on pantomime through dance at Tsakhkunyats Square and other parts of Tsakhkadzor for the past three days now.
Individual mime artists and pantomime theaters, including Mateo Cionini (Italy), Makoto Inouen (Japan), Glen Javier (Denmark), Poland Theater (Poland), Sergey Chervyakov (Kazakhstan), as well as four theaters from Armenia are performing in the 3rd PANTOMIME FEST after Leonid Yengibaryan with special guest, Professor of the St. Petersburg Academy of Performing Arts Yelena Markova, who will be hosting the longest master’s class.
This year’s most important event will be the placement of a bronze statue of Leonid Yengibaryan at the central square in Tsakhkadzor. Before the opening of the statue, the participants of the master’s courses will organize a flashmob during which they will try to perform the most popular moves of the great clown.
The pantomime festival was established in 2008. It is held once every two years in Tsakhkadzor and has been named after Leonid Yengibaryan since 2010.
The festival is organized by the RA Ministry of Culture, Yerevan State Pantomime Theater, the National Union for Creative and Performing Arts and Tsakhkadzor Municipality.
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