Azerbaijan State Russian Drama Theatre


Azerbaijan State Russian Drama Theatre

Azerbaijan State Russian Samed Vurgun Drama Theatre (Azeri: Səməd Vurğun adına Azərbaycan Dövlət Rus Drama Teatrı, Russian: Азербайджанский государственный русский драматический театр имени Самеда Вургуна; commonly shortended to "Azdrama") is a drama theatre located in Baku, Azerbaijan.

The theatre was first established on December 20, 1920 as a State Free Satirical agitational theatre, however on April 29 it was renamed to Baku Workers' Theatre. In 1937 the name was changed to Azerbaijan State Red Banner theatre of the Russian drama.

External links

* [http://www.rusdrama-az.com/center.html Official site]

I just wanted to note, that Russian Drama Theatre's name has never been shortened to Azdrama, which belongs to Azerbaijan National Drama Theatre. As regards the Russian Drama Theatre, its name was always shortened to Rusdrama.

I'd really appreciate it if you could fix this obvious mistake.

Mr. Shaig SafarovPublic RelationsAzerbaijan State National Drama Theatree-mail: shaig@azdrama.az


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