Zhambyl Regional Russian Drama Theater successfully hosted the premiere
of performance "Centaurs of Turan" based on the play of the Kazakh
operator and writer Igor Vovnyanko, reports inform.kz.
The historical fact of confrontation between the rulers of Saks, Tomiris, and Persian king Cyrus lies at the heart of this symbolic drama. The "Centaurs of Turan" narrates a story about the warlike tribe Saks that was controlled by the proud queen Tomiris and how they defeated the king Cyrus, the one who conquered many countries and was invincible until faced with the Great Steppe", said the director of the Russian Drama Theatre Victoria Dadaeva.
The director of performance, a winner of the International Prize named after Chingiz Aitmatov, Kuandik Kassymov was able to convey the intense psychology of struggle with a superior force of the enemy, fight, on which depends the future of the whole nation.
An art director of the play is Vladimir Sizintsev, who subtly conveys the mysterious atmosphere of the historical myths of antiquity.
The actors involved in the performance Daniar Kenzhebekov, Beknazar Izbasarov, Sabit Tolekanuly, Victor Sukopov played not so much tormented by violent passions historical characters, but the modern people, who had the same passions. Centuries succeed one another, changing the scenery and costumes, but the essence of the human remains unchanged, on the verge of good and evil, the audience shared their impressions of the play "Centaurs of Turan".
Igor Vovnyanko was born in 1942 in Alma-Ata. In 1968, he graduated from the State Institute of Cinematography, cinematography department. Honored Artist of Kazakhstan, Chairman of the Union of Cinematographers of Kazakhstan.
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