Welcome to the Globus Academic Youth Theatre

Inspiring the next generation

Novosibirsk Globus Theatre is a theatre in Novosibirsk city, the third most populated city in Russia (1.5 million ppl) after Moscow and St. Petersburg.

Virtually unexplored by foreign visitors until now, Novosibirsk has recently become the nation's most up-and-coming tourist destination. The city of Novosibirsk, located in south-west Siberia, is a major stop on the Trans-Siberian Railway, and this vast metropolis, the largest city in Asian Russia, attracts visitors with its history, architecture and culture.

Who we are
At the Globus theatre, we make genuine theatre that is entertaining, challenging and inspiring. And we make it for everyone. We believe that art and culture inspires us, brings us together and teaches us about ourselves and the world around us. In short, it makes life better.
Our programme is broad and inclusive and appeals to the widest possible audiences with new plays, musicals, re-imagined classics and work for young spectators. We give up to 8 new shows a year. There are two stages, theatre tours, learning programmes and a bar.

We want to be as open, diverse and collaborative as possible. Our work is seen on tour throughout the Russian Federation and internationally, and in collaborations with stage directors and stage designers across the country.

We run different types of tours that offer the opportunity to explore the building and show its work from within.
Repertory theatre
We maintain a number of productions which are performed on a rotating basis.
Special artist collectives
Our dance and vocal studios offer instruction and performance opportunities for students ages 7 to adult. All classes are taught by instructors who have a professional performing background. Our musicals are performed with a live Symphony Orchestra based in Globus theatre.
Extensive learning programmes
Talks, events and workshops for people of all ages.
The Main Stage
Scenic space: 20 x 20 m
Number of spectators: 500

Productions on the Main Stage range from classic "Revizor" ("The Government Inspector") by Nikolai Gogol, "Igrok" ("The Gambler") by Fiodor Dostoevsky, to modern drama such as "Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead" by Tom Stoppard and spectacular musicals like "Robin Hood". The front of the stage extends past the proscenium into the auditorium. An orchestra pit for live music is also included.
The Small Stage
Scenic space: 9,5 x 8,5 m
Number of spectators: 84

It's a specific place where space is an important element and the tool of the whole performance. The Small Stage is filled with intimate atmosphere. Productions here are less conventional and more experimental. It's a flexible performance space, the stage floor and the first floor of the audience are on the same level.
Talks and events
An eclectic programme for all – from short pre-show talks to month-long family courses.
Family courses
A family programme for all ages from 10 years and up. Goals: exploring the unseen areas of the theatre and giving you a glimpse into the backstage world.
A complex of three visits:

Week 1. Theatre tour. Meeting The Globus from the inside
Week 2.
Special theatrical lesson
Week 3.
The show + discussion. Master-class presented by actor included
Pre- and post-show discussions
Everything you need to know about spectacle before the premiere. Norwegian poetry, 1960s cinema, gambling games... First we prepare and then we share!
Our ambition is to achieve greater diversity in order to make our work accessible for deaf and disabled audiences in a more creative, integrated way. We are always ready to welcome people with all disabilities.

This strategy is just the first step towards achieving our ambitions. Disability is a complex topic and to ensure that our targets are as meaningful as possible we are working with colleagues from the disabled theatre communities to help us set these. We seek to create an inclusive theatre in which all people feel valued and can be themselves.
"Kashtanka" by Anton Chekhov: adapted performance in gesture-language
Christmas festival
Since 1995 Christmas festival founded by Globus theatre has brought Russia's finest actors, directors and playwrights to Novosibirsk, engaging a loyal audience of both residents and winter visitors. For two weeks the Festival presents work showcasing pioneering theatre productions, engaging and provocative work, theatre for children, as well a series of critical talks, and artist development programmes. Each Christmas festival is designed to present unique opportunities for artists and audience alike, revisiting classic plays with innovative productions, offering a rich array of accompanying cultural events including readings, workshops, panel discussions and educational programs.
Alexey Kriklivy
Artistic director
Elena Alyabieva
Chief Executive
Inna Kremer
Director of development

Contact us:
Russia, Novosibirsk city
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