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In the National library of Uzbekistan was the performance "Good soldier Sveyk"
08.11.2017

November 8, 2017 at the National library of Uzbekistan was the performance "Good soldier Sveyk" - adaptation of the novel by Jaroslav Hasek "Good soldier Sveyk during the world war." The event was organized with the support of the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Uzbekistan. It was attended by representatives of the diplomatic corps, Uzbek intellectuals, journalists and readers of the National library of Uzbekistan.

The play's author and Director-producer is writer, poet and filmmaker Adele Chilakova, laureate of the Gratias Agit 2013. The performance was staged "Art Studio-Light" with the support of the Embassy of Czech Republic in Tashkent.

The Director and the performers tried to convey to the viewer the spirit of a Czech novel, the idea of the author, own the warmth and excitement with which they spoke to the audience. With all the variety of genres of speech play, there is nothing superfluous, his speech is expressive and concise, its symbolism eloquently builds bridges between the spirit of the novel and the era of the past with the urgent problems of the present. The author of the play and the group of performers managed with great success to convey the content and spirit of the novel, full of dramatic and comic situations, effective and professional direction to keep the viewer in suspense for the duration of the action and Comedy under external situations to bring to the heart and mind tragic analogy with today's world.

Theater "Art Studio-Light" thanks to the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Uzbekistan for a new, fresh look for human values and for their help in staging the play, which disturbs and makes you think in which – as in life - intertwined drama and Comedy, tragedy and humor, which helps in the most difficult situations to live without losing the human dignity. Decorations and paintings for the show were created by set designer - honored worker of culture of Uzbekistan Alexander Batykov.

                                                 The press service of the National library of Uzbekistan

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