Russian Drama Theater of Uzbekistan
The Russian Drama Theater of Uzbekistan played a significant role in the development of the theatrical culture of Uzbekistan. It has always been a link connecting the ties between Russian and Uzbek theatrical art, generously sharing the richest experience of the Russian scene. In turn, the theater was enriched with the achievements of Uzbek drama. In the late 30-ies of the 20th century the collective began its prospective work on the works of Uzbek authors. So, the famous play "Bai and the farmhand" by Hamza was shown back in 1939 and included in the list of its best incarnations.
The turn in the creative activity of the theater occurred in the mid-fifties of the 20th century and it was determined by the new direction, which gravitated towards independent searches, towards modern stylistics. The desire of the collective to new theatrical forms has become more noticeable since that time. In 1967 the theater received the status of an academic theater.
Most of the plays are intended for a mass audience, they are assessed by the professionalism of the actors, by memorable scenery, costumes and musical accompaniment.