Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, extracurricular activities have been continuing online. That’s why we changed the traditional Contest categories. Infrastructural projects will help our creative teams get the necessary equipment for rehearsals and performances. For example, thanks to this support, the whole university will be able to attend the Perm Theatre Studio’s performance of ‘Dragon’, which will be streamed online.
This time, the projects competed in two categories: online events and infrastructural projects. In the final defense, there were three projects from Moscow, three projects from Perm, and one from St. Petersburg.
Force Majeure is a creative team that performs as a choir theatre. Dozens of students have been singers in Force Majeure for 14 years. Together, they win international contests and festivals, as well as participate in big music and theatre initiatives at the local level.
With its award, Force Majeure will purchase a digital piano, performance costumes, and choreography lessons.
Thanks to the Contest, the HSE campus in Perm will get its own music base. The project coordinators look forward having a new venue where a music community can develop. The music base will be a creative gathering place for Perm students.
The HSE Theatre has been in operation since 1997 and has played 22 seasons. The theatre teaches students the basics of acting. ‘Everything that we show the audience is primarily the result of the work we do with our own personal qualities,’ say the theatre actors.
The theatre is going to renew the equipment of its venue on 20 Myasnitskaya Ulitsa and purchase new props and costumes in order to dazzle audiences in the new theatre season.
‘Dragon’ is a cinema play based on Evgeny Schwartz’s piece of the same name performed by the Perm theatre studio ProObraz. The concept of the event is to bring together theatre and film screening. The viewers will be able to enjoy theatre from the comfort and safety of their own home.
‘Vyshka’ a student sports club at the HSE campus in Perm. It gives an opportunity for students of all years and areas to try their hand at Airsoft – a team shooting game.
The club offers three types of activities: training sessions (weekly theoretical and practical classes providing the knowledge and skills necessary in the game); external games at the local and national levels; and joint active leisure.
‘Svoi Variant’ theatre studio is one of the first student associations to be started at HSE University in St. Petersburg. Since 2009, actors of ‘Svoi Variant’ have organized annual Theatre Nights. And since 2017, they have put on charity performances for kids sponsored by the Red Cross. One of the studio’s important traditions is a theatre performance at the end of each study year.
The studio will use the award on performance equipment.
Results of the contest (PDF, 52 Kb)