*** Among the reasons it is called an attempt to disrupt the tour of “Satyricon”
Perm. July 15. Interfax-Volga – Ministry of the Perm Territory Culture unilaterally terminated the employment contract with the artistic director of the Perm Academic “Theatre Theatre” Boris Milgram for systematic violations of the current legislation, as well as the failure of the reconstruction of the theater scene, according to the website of the regional Ministry of Culture on Friday
The order of dismissal B.Milgrama signed July 15, 2016.
“it has become apparent that the alleged leader of the principles do not correspond to the understanding of the functions he headed the theater, do not correspond to the tasks that were assigned to government agencies the concept of the state cultural policy, approved by the President of the Russian Federation, the state development strategy of theatrical business in the territory of the Russian Federation “, – stated in the
it says that.” Milgram actions have been taken to disrupt theater tour “Satyricon” planned in the Perm region in September this year, including at the stage of Perm academic “Theatre Theatre”.
Regional Ministry of culture said that the event scheduled in the framework of the federal program “Big tour” developed by the Ministry of culture for forming a common cultural space of Russia, to expand the scope of creative cooperation, to ensure access for residents of regions to the best domestic theatrical productions.
The competition for the post of artistic director of the Perm academic Theatre will be announced before August 1, 2016.
B.Milgram – Russian theater director, from 2010 to 2012 – deputy chairman of the Perm Territory government. Since 2012 – artistic director of the Perm Academic Theatre. The winner of the Higher National Theatre Award “Golden Mask” (2013) in the category “Best director work in the operetta-musical” for the play “Scarlet Sails”. Nominee for the Supreme National Theatre Award “Golden Mask” for the best work of director in the operetta-musical, the play “8 Women”. In 1995, Milgram debuted as a film director, removing the TV movie based on the play “Brad together” Eugene Ionesco.