Theater that uplifts your heart

Anastasia Retyunina
2 min readOct 31, 2020


Hello everyone! Unfortunately, I haven’t been writing here for a while, so, here I am now. Today I’m going to talk to you about Theater. And yes, I’m writing this word with a capital letter in order to emphasize its importance to me.

Personally, I’m in love with theater and other forms of art. The way I see it, Art is something lofty, it is a freedom to express thoughts, feelings, perception of the world and other abstract notions.

As much as I would like to go to the theater, I don’t do it often. Though, I still remember the times when we used to go to the theater with my classmates from school. Everyone was excited because of McDonald’s but not me, I was really eager to go to the theater to see different plays.

I guess, being a musician gives me an ability to savor any kind of art and to be closer to understanding it. Sometimes I feel as the theater play makes me look out from the depths of my private life and look around, observe and reflect.

The last play I watched back in those times was “My Fair Lady” and it as well fell into my soul right away. I truly relished the cast and the decorations apart from the plot which I had been acquainted with before.

However, I prefer modern plays with deep hidden meaning, rather than classic ones. They are usually shown in modern small theaters that have their own special atmosphere that imperceptibly influences the play.

Therefore such theater looks simple, it attracts more attention to the play than to the outlook of the hall. I consider such theaters to be suitable exactly for me.

Even now I remember one play that my mom and I watched in such a theater. I can not say exactly what the plot was about, but I still recall the strong energy and fascinating atmosphere that gave me food for thought with a slight aftertaste of bitterness of our life.

Thank you for reading!



Anastasia Retyunina

/Music creates our imagination/