The International Children’s Creativity Project Nuclear Kids (NuKids) started its preparatory stage July 6 in Hungary. The project is organized and sponsored by Rosatom.
This year 56 project participants from Russia and 23 from other countries will take part in NuKids. Foreign participants represent Bangladesh, Belarus, China, Croatia, Egypt, Hungary, India, Kazakhstan, Turkey and the United Kingdom.
Nuclear Kids is a Rosatom project that annually unites talented kids from Russia and foreign countries to produce a musical show. The main goals of the project are to establish friendships between children from different countries, to build up the conditions for creative development of talented children. The project has been implemented since 2009.
The kids will put on a performance of the “Lomonosov’s Scroll” musical. For the first time, a movie will be shot concurrently with staging the musical. The shooting will proceed in Hungary, Yekaterinburg and Moscow.
“Lomonosov’s Scroll” will premiere on August 4 in a theater in Szekszárd (Hungary). Then the show will be hosted by Ozersk and Snezhinsk – two towns in Russia’s Chelyabinsk Region. In Moscow, the musical will be presented at the Et Cetera Theater on August 15 and 16.