The company is currently implementing a large cultural project.
As part of the theatrical project, eight performances by Russia's leading theatres, including children's stagings, were shown at the Shchekino House of Culture and the Khimik House of Culture in Pervomayskiy.
Employees of Shchekinoazot and their children, local activists and self-government representatives, workers of culture, education, and the social sector, large families, underprivileged people, persons with disabilities and others are sent invitations to the performances.
The legendary Oleg Tabakov Theatre treated the people of the Shchekino district with a soulful, wise play about life in the Russian countryside, 'A Doll for a Bride'.
The audience was enthusiastic about operettas 'Un mari à la porte', 'Le mariage aux lanternes' and 'Mesdames de la Halle' by the French composer Jacques Offenbach. They were the graduation assignment of fourth-year students of the musical theatre acting and directing faculty at the GITIS (Aleksandr Barmak's class).
The children of Shchekino fell in love with the 'Sailor Cats' show by Yuriy Kuklachyov theatre and the 'Town Musicians of Bremen' musical fairy tale by Stas Namin theatre; the latter also staged the 'Beatlemania' musical for the adult audience.
The Sergey Obraztsov puppet theatre, the world's largest, also paid a visit to Shchekino. The actors brought the famous production of 'Puss in Boots' based on the fairy tale by the French writer Charles Perrault.
Theatre-goers of Shchekino, responsive and sincere, also got acquainted with stagings by Natalia Sats theatre, Tula Theatre for the Young and Kaluga Puppet Theatre.
The pianist Denis Matsuev's performance in Tula was made possible thanks to the financial support from benefactors, including Shchekinoazot.
The company also allocated funds to renovate the rehearsal room for the Governor's Brass Band in the House of Noble Assembly and provides support to creative teams of the regional Philharmonic Society.