Samara Square Theatre

  Sadovaya ul. 231      (+7) 846 337 77 50     18 Mar 2019
The Samara Square was founded in 1987 in the wake of perestroika, when the country was declared to be a theatrical experiment. Samara Square was created by a young director Evgeny Drobyshev as an experimental studio theatre.

The Young troupe led by Evgeny Drobyshev did a lot of experimenting. Particularly successful were the experiments on the synthesis of drama and sculpture. Such experiments led to the widely acclaimed performances Night for Ivan Kupala and Playing Bidstrupa have been repeatedly honoured with awards at the Russian and international festivals.

The theatre has toured Moscow, Sochi, Nizhny Novgorod, Izhevsk, Ufa, Kiev, Gatchina and gone as far abroad as the United States, Germany, Hungary and Austria. The theatre is one of the most popular in Samara with a variety of performances reflecting a range of interests.


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