ArmInfo. In 2018 Converse Bank will assist in the establishment and establishment of the Black Box Theater, initiated by the National Academic Theater named after Gabriel Sundukyan. "This type of theater, which has no analogues in Armenia, can be used for more submissions due to simple, yet dynamic solutions," the Bank said in its official message.
"Converse Bank has joined the new initiatives of the Sundukyan Theater with great enthusiasm, for which new, modern solutions are required. In general, the Bank pays great attention to innovative projects, both in the business environment and in the spheres of culture and education. cooperation and participation in several fascinating events of the theater as the main sponsor, "said the member of the Directorate of Converse Bank Gohar Harutyunyan.
With the support of Converse Bank, the Sundukyan Theater has already presented the play "Venerable Beggars" based on the work of Hakob Paronyan, in a new and unexpected interpretation. "The problems touched upon in Paronyan's "Most Reverend Beggars" are relevant today, and this performance has long been an integral part of the repertoire of theaters both in the capital and in the regions." The new production will differ from the previous ones with its solutions and innovative approach," said director of the Sundukyan Theater Vardan Mkrtchyan, noting that the performance will also be of interest to the youth, due to its dynamism and new solutions.
Gohar Harutyunyan added that both in business and in their initiatives related to social responsibility, the Bank will focus on young people. "This performance will be especially interesting for young people and will become a kind of instrument for attracting them to the theater. Another initiative of the theater will be organized for pupils of the Holy Echmiadzin Holy Elderly School, founded by the shareholder of the Bank Eduardo Ernekian, "she said." Converse Bank is the most cultural bank in Armenia. Our cooperation has been formed on a solid and healthy basis, from which the society will only benefit, "concluded the director of the Sundukyan Theater Vardan Mkrtchyan.