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The 4th Tbilisi International Theatre Festival to be opened today
09:54 14.09.2012
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 The opening ceremony of the 4th Tbilisi International Theatre Festival will be held in Mtsatsminda Park today. The Festival is held annually under the auspices of the City Hall.  

Within the Festival, the program of Georgian performances will be presented in Rustaveli, Marjanishvili, Griboedovi, Akhmeteli, Royal District, Tumanishvili and other theaters.

Also, in the frameworks of the Festival, a “Workshop” headed by Temur Chkheidze will take place. 

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