PlayBill Alexandrinsky Theater
Russian State Academic Drama Theater. A.S. Pushkin - the legendary Alexandrinsky Theater - is the oldest national theater in Russia. It was established by the Senate Decree signed by the daughter of Peter the Great, Empress Elizabeth on August 30, 1756 on the day of St. Alexander Nevsky. It was this theater that became the progenitor of all Russian theaters, and the date of its foundation was the birthday of the Russian Professional Theater. The establishment of the theater was the beginning of the state policy of the Russian state in the field of theatrical art.
For two and a half centuries, the Russian State Drama Theater served as an attribute of Russian statehood. From the day of its foundation until 1917 it was the main imperial theater, the destiny of which was occupied by the Russian emperors.
The plan of the hall of the Alexandrinsky Theater with the numbering of seats