Source Pravda.Ru

Nord-Ost Musical to Return to Stage on February 8

In one month from now, on February 8, 2003, the premiere is to take place of the resurrected musical Nord-Ost. The musical has not been shown since the tragic events in Moscow on October 23-26 of last year. As a Rosbalt correspondent was informed by Darya Morgunova, a representative of the Nord-Ost press office, the premiere will be held in the renovated theatre on Melnikov Street. The musical is expected to be shown on a daily basis. Those people who still have tickets to the musical for the period October 23-30 may exchange these tickets for new ones without any surcharge.

Tickets to the new Nord-Ost cost between USD 10 and 30. According to Ms Morgunova, tickets are currently selling well.

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