about the history of the Samarkand Regional Music and Drama Theater
The Samarkand theater began its creative activity on January 15, 1914 with the drama "Padarkush" by Mahmudhoja Behbudy.
Initially, the theater was called the Samarkand Muslim troupe. In 1914-1918 it was called “Samarkand Musical-Drama and Literary Community”.
On February 24, 1922, he began working in the city department of education on behalf of the Samarkand Uzbek Troupe.
In the period from 1914 to 1920, he performed the following works in the theater: "Mazluma Hotin", "Eski Maktab, Yangi Maktab", "Bakhtsiz Yigit", "Yuvonbozlik Kurbonlari" (H. Shukurullo), "Arshin Mololan", "Er va xotin ",", "Asli and Karam" (U. Khozhibekov), "Rakshir" (A. Ratkovisky), "O'n besh yashar o'smir", "Bakhtsiz yigit" (Nomek Kemal), "Temur Saganasi" ( A.Fitrat), "Juvonmarg", "Namoz og'ri", "Ahmoq", "Aravakash", "Sho'ring qursin", "Mirkomilboy" (A. Badri), "Baxtsiz kuyov" (A. Kodiriy), H. Abdurasulov, A. Mirzhalolov, G. Bauer and others. Composers of music for these works.
Samarkand troupe "Ulka namuna sayyor" was founded in Samarkand after national restraint, and Samarkand Uzbek theater called "Kok koilak". Talibjon Sodikov, Ziyodulla Shahidi, Gavriil Mullaganov, Bako Todjiev, Gani Abdullaev, Doni Zakirov, Nabijon Hasanov and other prominent actors, composers and directors joined the team.
Thirty-four quarters of the last century, Samarkand became an important stage in the development of the Uzbek theater. Over the years he saw the famous works of his famous works: Amirich, Farhod and Shirin, Malikai Turando, Gunchalar, Rustam, Renaissance, Maisaraning Ishi, Adolat. , "Nurkhon", "Gulsara", "Ayot tsoshigi" "Oila nomusi".
In 1934, the theater was merged with the Russian Drama Theater named after the poet A. Lakhuti and named the United State Theater.
In 1944, the theater was named after the poet Hamid Olimjon, a singer of happiness and joy, and turned into the Uzbek State Drama Theater. This year the first musical performance of the "Tohir and Zuhra" theater was shown.
In the years after World War II, a great creative life began in the theater. The works "Boy ila xizmatchi", "Xolisxon", "qutlug 'qon", "Alisher Navoiy", "Sepsiz qiz", "Momaqaldiroq" and "Revizor" are of particular importance.
The last reorganization took place on August 18, 1964, and the theater moved to the dramatic genre, and its current building was erected.
The theater was transformed into the Samarkand State Theater of Drama and Music named after Khamid Alimzhan in 1992.
In 2016, the theater was transformed into the Samarkand Regional Music and Drama Theater.
The Samarkand theater has a 100-year history and is a creative team of art historians and experts who have staged their historical, national and modern classical works of different genres and genres.
Over the years of independence, new creative research has been carried out in the theater. "Samarkandnoma", "Buyuk Temur", "Ipak Yuli", "Behbudiy" were staged.
Over the past three years, the theater has turned its back on creative life. The theater has "Mirzo Ulugbek" (M. Shaikhzoda), "Aka-ukalar" ("Cain" by J. Bayran, "Cain"), "Imon" (I. Sulton), "Samarkand Saikali" (I. Mirzo), Oedipus (Sophocles and Seneca), Bumps (Tunjar Juhan angles), Mehridaryo (Nurillo Abboskhon) and Mashrab (Nasrullo Kobilov) as the main historical and world classics.