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The Moscow New Generation Theater has always been quick to come forward in support of charitable activities.

Every year on June 1 – International Children’s Day – the theater performs benefit shows for orphans, children with disabilities, children from low-income families, veteran’s families, refugee children and so on. MTYuZ’s constant partners include the Bank of Moscow, the UN Information Center, UNICEF, the Moscow Children’s Fund, and the Russian Children’s Fund.

Over the course of many years MTYuZ has provided charity organizations with free monthly tickets to shows. Currently, the theater renders assistance to approximately 70 charitable organizations in Moscow and the Moscow region. Moscow TYuZ is socially active not only in Moscow, but also while on tour.

  • In 2000, while on tour in Rostov-on-Don, a benefit concert was held in the veteran’s hospital for the severely injured.
  • In 2002 and 2003, while touring in Sevastopol, concerts were mounted for Navy soldiers and for the crew of the cruiser “Moscow” – free seats were also distributed to the sailors and officers of the Black Sea Fleet.
  • Since 2003, with the aid of the Consulate of the Russian Federation in Estonia and the government of Moscow, MTYuZ performs one of the shows in its yearly tours to Tallinn as a benefit for children from foster homes, low-income families, disabled children, and Russian-language families from across Estonia.

  • It has become a fine tradition for the actors of the theater to visit children’s hospitals.

  • In 2003, a benefit concert was held in a children’s maxillofacial surgery center.
  • New Year’s Eve shows are performed in the State Children’s Clinic in the hematology, oncology, organ transplant, and micro-surgical wards.

  • In January 2005, MTYuZ premiered “Pewter Rings” as part of the 2nd “Winter Fairy-Tale” Charity Theater Festival for Children in Chelyabinsk, Russia.

    In September 2005, with the support of the Bank of Moscow, “Pewter Rings” was performed as a benefit for the children of Beslan in Vladikavkaz. In September of 2006, this project – Theater for the Children of Beslan – was continued. Four performances of “The Extraordinary Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn based on Mark Twain” were performed for the youngest children who survived the horrendous terrorist attack at the Beslan elementary school. “Witness for the Prosecution” was performed for the parents, teachers, and children of upper classes.

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