THE INSTITUTE
FOR THE HUMANITIES
AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES

LINGUISTIC THEATRE

THE INSTITUTE
FOR THE HUMANITIES
AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES

LINGUISTIC THEATRE

DESCRIPTION 

The Linguistic Theatre is an independent students project. The students stage plays on their own starting with script adaptation and roles distribution and finishing with costumes, props, and makeups. This project is important for future interpreters who improve their communication and performance skills, expand their world picture, and for designers, photographers, and advertisers who learn to work in team, distribute responsibilities and functions, achieve common goals, and be good at time management. 

Over 7 years of the projects operation, the students presented 8 plays: Hamlet XXI, Gong Show, Dracula, Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, Angry Men, Sleeping Beauty, and A Christmas Carol. 

GOAL 

Enlarging students vocabulary, improvement of diction and pronunciation, expansion of world picture in general, development of skills of performance and audience activities. 

METHODS 

Searching and selecting plays, scriptwriting, distribution of roles, rehearsals. 

EXPECTED RESULTS 

Theatrical performances by students. The ability to work in team.
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Rector
Marina
Volynkina

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