Shakespeare

Perfomance, 18+ 1:30, No intermissions
First of all, “Sha­kes­pe­are” is a per­forman­ce of mo­dern dan­ce. The mo­vement he­re is the ma­in lan­gu­age by which the ac­tors cre­ate a spe­ci­al re­ali­ty in which Sha­kes­pe­are's cha­rac­ters fre­ely exist. The­re is no nar­ra­tive, mo­nolo­gue, di­rect nar­ra­ti­on. In the play by Yev­ge­ny Ku­lagin, Sha­kes­pe­are’s works ser­ve on­ly as a star­ting po­int, in­vi­ting the vi­ewer to tra­vel to the dra­matist’s uni­ver­se. Ins­te­ad of sto­ri­es, a sys­tem of co­des is born from the dan­ce, which the audi­en­ce is in­vi­ted to un­ra­vel along with the ar­tists. The ma­in di­alo­gu­es he­re ta­ke pla­ce not bet­we­en the cha­rac­ters, but bet­we­en the cha­rac­ters and the audi­en­ce. Cre­ated from ho­urs-long imp­ro­visa­ti­ons, Sha­kes­pe­are is a li­ving, mo­ving world. Each cha­rac­ter he­re is a way for an ar­tist to exp­ress an in­ner “me”. The sto­ri­es of in­di­vidu­al cha­rac­ters, told wit­ho­ut words, in the lan­gu­age of the phy­sical, are re­ve­aled with a si­de un­fa­mili­ar to us and so­und in a new lan­gu­age. The pre­mi­ere oc­curred on No­vem­ber 8, 2017.
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Authors:
Director, choreographer:
Сhoreographer:
Artist: 
KSE­NI­YA PE­RET­RU­KHI­NA
Composer:
ANT­HO­NY RO­SHI­ER AKA A.P.P.A.R.T
Сostume designer :
PO­LI­NA GRECH­KO
Musical director:

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