Kazakh Drama Theatre named of Jambyl in Oskemen (Ust-Kamenogorsk) city.
It dates back to October 26, 1902, when the People's House was opened in the city. The professional team did not exist until 1935, when the townspeople asked M.I. Kalinin to assist in the formation of a permanent troupe. It opened as the Ust-Kamenogorsk City Theater in January 1936 with the play “Marriage” by N. Gogol. In 1939, East Kazakhstan was separated into an independent region and the theater received regional status.
History of Kazakh Drama theatre Oskemen.
In July 1946, he was named after Dzhambul Dzhabaev to commemorate the centenary of the birth of the great Kazakh national poet, akyn. Among the most successful productions of different years, "Anna Karenina" L.N. Tolstoy, “A Midsummer Night's Dream” by W. Shakespeare, “Tsar Fedor Ioannovich” A.K. Tolstoy, "Idiot" F.M. Dostoevsky, "Little Tragedies" by A.S. Pushkin. In different years, N.I. collaborated with the theater Kurgan, N.A. Belkin, G.V. Dolzhanskaya, M.S. Starodubov, E.V. Minsky, A.I. Vorobiev, A.M. Merz. He has toured in many cities of Kazakhstan and the USSR, including Vladivostok (1986), Gomel (1987), Ulan-Ude (1989), Moscow and the Moscow Region (1990).