The Ekaterinburg History Museum has an in-house director and a constantly operating theatrical platform that annually brings into life one to three original theatrical projects dedicated to the history of the city. The theater mainly addresses the topic of private memory, family history, and political repressions.
Bus Route No. 33 was the first theatrical project of the museum. It is a synthesis of a radio play and a performance tour around the Uralmash District. Then the play Uralmash GO followed. And after that, two more projects continued addressing the topic of district history. The play Grandma's House, which tells the history of the Nizhne-Isetsky/Khimmash District through the lens of one particular family, and two audio-and-art promenades around the Verkh-Isetsky