On September 25, PetrSU Public Student Theatre named after Sungurov (“TIS”) started the new theatrical season. The theatre amateurs could see that night the fragments of the play by A.N. Ostrovsky, A. Averchenko’s and A. P. Chekhov’s short novels. Aleksandr Shumikhin, the exchange student from the International University of Central Asia, who is currently studying at the Institute of History, Political and Social Studies of PetrSU, shared his impressions:
“As I have previously said I am visiting a theatre for the first time. At the beginning I haven’t expected that I would be impressed by it so much. But everything went the other way round. The atmosphere of the theatre was so enjoyable that I wanted to watch more and more.
What I liked the most is the way the actors share their emotions with the audience so that we can dig into the role. Frankly speaking, watching these plays I felt excited because I was interested in what would happen at the end of them. And when you feel that the end of the play is near, you want to watch it over again. But sooner or later all good things come to an end.
Leaving the university building I promised myself that from now on I will visit theatres more often.”
The autumn is back and all the theatres, in PetrSU and out in the town, are waiting for international visitors, too, to share the wonderful theatre world with them.