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The Dream Theatre – the best of 2012

The Dream Theatre, consisting of a younger generation of per­formers, held its opening ceremony with their debut dramatic act — My Secret Son (Minii Nuuts Khuu), which received critical acclaim from the public. It is a work derived from Alexande rVampilov’s play “Elder Son”which was first performed in 1969. The debut was attended by many prominent figures in Mongolia including Prime Minister of Mongolia N.Altankhuyag, Parliament member Ch.Saikhanbileg, L.Enkh-Amgalan and among many other singers and models.

Their recent play, “Life is a Gift” (AmidralUuruuBeleg) generated even more attention from the public and critics alike. This play was a very successful one indeed – it ran for over 40 days to a total of over 85,000 people.

They are planning a few more plays next year – fans and audiences who have been watching them cannot wait until they come back to the stage again.

 

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2 Comments for “The Dream Theatre – the best of 2012”

  1. shraddhanshu shekhar

    I’ll be pleased to do play with your group.

  2. shraddhanshu shekhar

    I ‘m an actor and willing to work with you. I’ve done many plays now it’s time for me to Go beyond.

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