These electric motors are used to pull the setting up and down.
With this clock they synchronize the process of raising and lowering the theater setting.
They control the setting from one of the balconies above the stage.
The orchestra pit.
Right now, they are carrying out a sound check.
Karen Movsesyan is an opera singer and head of the theater’s PR department.
Behind the stage, they keep hard setting elements.
Under the storehouse, there is a joiner’s shop.
That’s a lot of pumps!
Here, they make costumes.
Each costume is made individually for each actor or ballet dancer.
In the make up room.
In these boxes, there are contrabasses.
In the cafeteria they serve tasty and affordable dishes.
Staircases leading into the underground…
An exit sign and a hermetic door.
What do you think may be behind this door?
The PR department!
Here they repair musical instruments.
Before another play. They always play to a full house!