Children's acting competition "Crocodile"
MTS launches a new acting competition “Crocodile” as part of the all-Russian charity project “Generation of Mowgli”
Using the pantomime, gestures and facial expressions, participants are invited to depict variations on various topics: “Objects” (smartphone, hat, racing car, fan, ruble), “Animal World” (panda, bumblebee, octopus, owl, tiger), “Beloved characters ”(Winnie the Pooh, Peter the Great, Puss in Boots, Mowgli, Yuri Gagarin).
“Crocodile” is a virtual version of the exercises from acting classes taught at theater universities. Similar acting lessons are also actively used in the preparation of young actors of the musical performance “Generation of Mowgli”.
All improvisations are recorded on video and posted by participants on the project portal www.dobroedelo.mts.ru in the "Gallery of work". The best works are determined by visitors to the portal who have the opportunity to like and repost their favorite work on their pages on social networks, as well as by members of the jury, which included the artistic director of the musical performance “Generation Mowgli” Konstantin Khabensky, authors of the music for the play Alexey Kortnev and Sergey Chekryzhov, chairman of the jury of acting contests director Ainur Safiullin.
For all activities within the framework of creative contests, Internet users will receive points that are awarded at the end of the year to the MTS charity program “Give Good!” and its partners converts into real money. They will be sent to the strategic partner of the program - the Konstantin Khabensky Foundation for the treatment of children suffering from brain oncological diseases. The online score counter is displayed on the main page of the Mowgli Generation portal.
The competition accepts the work of children and adolescents from 6 to 18 years. The competition will last until December 2014, and subtotals will be announced monthly. Prizes to the winners of the Crocodile contest will be provided by MTS and the project partner, Detsky Mir chain of stores.
You can learn more about the Generation of Mowgli project here.