29.03.2021Team

Bound by Music: a team retreat to a musical theatre

"A team is connected not only by the duties, but also by human relations" Agnia Barto once wrote in her book "Find a Person".

 

Indeed, we spend most of our daily life in the workplace, so it is important not only how you cope with your workplace obligations, but also whether the workplace environment and atmosphere are enjoyable. After all, job satisfaction is guaranteed not only by a comfortable workplace and challenging tasks to complete, but also the people around you.

There are a lot of holidays in February, and our team did not miss a single one! On Saint Valentine's Day, we held a thematic pastry competition in the office and a cool gift awaited everyone who took part. We had prizes in this extemporaneous competition — theatre tickets to the production "Romeo vs. Juliet. XX years later" which is held in the Musical theatre Visit to the theatre was chosen as a gift for a reason, as it is important to Stroitegia that employees not only build relationships with each other, but also spend time with their families in harmony.

The plot of the play is based on the idea of how the lives of Romeo and Juliet, well-known characters from Shakespeare's great play, might have turned out if they had survived. 

This is the question that famous Russian musicians - librettist Karen Kavaleryan and composer Arkady Ukupnik - have addressed and offered their answer in the form of a musical comedy entitled "Romeo vs Juliet. XX years later".

We were all overfilled with impressions after seeing the musical comedy. It was a lovely and a very soulful evening among family and colleagues. And such evenings are sometimes lacking in the fast pace of modern lifestyle.

 

The plot of the play is based on the idea of how the lives of Romeo and Juliet, well-known characters from Shakespeare's great play, might have turned out if they had survived. 
 This is the question that famous Russian musicians - librettist Karen Kavaleryan and composer Arkady Ukupnik - have addressed and offered their answer in the form of a musical comedy entitled "Romeo vs Juliet. XX years later".