Working on the project, the Novosibirsk Museum of local lore has done a great job lifting the veil is not simply little-known history, and almost forgotten.

“Live and hilarious” is a very modern and technology exhibition, international Museum project-study. Project Manager, candidate of historical Sciences Inna Gerasimova was looking for materials around the former Soviet Union, helped the Belarusian state archives-Museum of literature and art, national music Museum and the State art library. Display authentic documents, many of them in a pandemic crossed the border more than one. Archive chief Director of the theater Victor Golovchiner found in Lithuania, and programs printed in Novosibirsk, came to the exhibition from Israel.

History Belgoset began in 1921, when actor and Director Michael Rafalski gathered a group of young people from the cities and towns of Belarus.

Future actors were aged 15-16. Belarus was not the educational institutions where they could learn acting. Therefore, in Moscow was established a Jewish section at the Belarusian drama Studio. After four years, upon successful completion of the training,students returned to Minsk and formed the basis of the troupe of the State Jewish theater of the BSSR – Belgazeta, as it was called. October 21, 1926, the theatre opened with the premiere of the play “the penitential chain” drama Yitzchak Peretz.

By 1938, the repertoire Belgoset had 26 performances.

the War followed Belgoset in Vitebsk, where the theater was on tour. Props, scenery, costumes sent in Gomel, where we had to go to the theatre. Many employees also left to prepare the first performances. On 22 June 1941, all these plans collapsed. The theater, first in Gorky oblast, and then in Siberia. The final destination is Tomsk, on the way artists have learned that in Novosibirsk the first Secretary of the party working Mikhail Kulagin, a former second Secretary of the Central Committee of the CPSU (Bolsheviks) of Belarus. He sent a great letter with a request to save the theatre.

So Belgoset donkey in Novosibirsk, in the heart of the city, which housed the theatre. The season opened on 29 March 1942. The hall occupancy rate exceeded 90 percent, while the performances were in Yiddish. During the years of the great Patriotic war the staff of the theatre gave 300 performances in Novosibirsk, they looked more than 100 thousand spectators. More than 500 concerts were held at enterprises, collective farms, hospitals. Only in 1943 Belgoset front-line brigade held the front 104 of the concert. The exhibition presents the memories of the artists about their meeting with the pilots of the squadron “Normandy-Neman”. Composer Samuel Polonsky has created a choir and theater artists performed songs in three languages – Hebrew, Russian and Belarusian��kom.

the Organizers have made it more mobile. Many materials, photo posted on the website of the Novosibirsk state Museum of local lore.

there are Already applications on the impressions of the exhibition in Minsk and Moscow. You may be able to bring the exhibition to Israel.