A visit to a theatre is a good habit of a man of culture, because art and creation exist beyond space and time.
The Kursk drama theatre named after A. S. Pushkin is one of the oldest theatres of Russia. The theatre marked its 225th anniversary in 2017.
Today the Kursk theatre can be rightfully proud of its traditions, which preserve and enrich not only the culture of the native land, but also the centuries-old culture of our country.
On December 15, 2017 the rector of the Kursk state medical university, honored physician of the Russian Federation, Deputy of the Kursk Regional Duma, Doctor of Medicine, professor V.A. Lazarenko invited the foreign students to the Kursk drama theatre named after A. S. Pushkin to watch the musical performance “An Amateur Peasant Girl”.
The performance “An Amateur Peasant Girl” touched the feelings of the foreign students. Throughout the performance the spectators were emotionally involved in the fate of the loving couple.
Love is the most priceless feeling that gives a sense of purpose, making life bright, deep and expressive. Love motivates a person in all the ways. This feeling brings inspiration in verse or prose.
The acquaintance with the cultural heritage of various nations, with the creative achievements of the famous people in different fields of art contributes to the spiritual development of a person, his personality, enrichment of his inner world.