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The premiere of the historical drama “Abylay khannyng Armani” will be held in Astana.

08 December 2013
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The premiere of the historical drama “Abylay khannyng Armani” will be held in Astana.
The premiere of the historical drama "The dream of Abylay khan" will be held in the Kazakh State Academy Theater of Music and Drama named after K. Kuanyshbayev on December 12-13.

The premiere of the historical drama “Abylay hannyң Armani” (The dream of Abylay khan) will be held in the Kazakh State Academy Theater of Music and Drama named after K. Kuanyshbayev on December 12-13 - reports astana.kz with reference to the press service of the theater.

The premiere will be held in honor of the 300th anniversary of Abylay khan on the eve of Independence Day. The author of the drama is a well-known writer, journalist, researcher and playwright Duman Ramazan, the producer - Bolat Uzakov, the honored public figure of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

This drama is the second historical work of Duman Ramazan and Bolat Uzakov. In 2010, both the playwright and the producer jointly established the historical drama "Kenesary-Kүnіmzhan" and today this drama is a favorite work of many spectators.

Kuandik Kystykbaev will appear in the drama as Abylaikhan, he is a talented actor who played the role of Khalyk Kaharmany Kasim Kaysenov in the movie "Kasim" and the role of Kenesary in the spectacle "Kenesary-Kүnіmzhan", the crowd favorite Syrym Kashkabaev. At the same time the roles of the main characters will also be performed by Zhankaldybek Tolenbaev, Janibek Musayev, Kasymhan Bugybay and Gauhar Zhusipova.

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