The presentation of the Ukrainian theater undertaking “Chronicles of Conflict, Hatred and Love” will happen in Slovakia | odessa-journal.com – Odessa Journal
On September 25, within the framework of the Worldwide Theater Pageant Divadelná Nitra (Nitra, Slovakia), a work-in-progress presentation of the undertaking “Chronicles of Conflict, Hatred and Love” by the Ukrainian WE: media theater will happen within the type of a performative studying.
For the primary time, the undertaking was offered on the Ukrainian show-case programme inside the Avignon La Manufacture off-festival. Ukrainian Institute is the undertaking’s companion.
Publish-documentary undertaking “Chronicles of Conflict, Hatred and Love” tells in regards to the battle in Ukraine by way of the historical past of the small theater staff, which from the start of the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation begins to doc what is occurring round. A part of the undertaking are precise stories created by the WE theater from February 26.
The principle intention of the theater undertaking is essentially the most frank try to put oneself within the topic of analysis, to reply the query of what documentation is and the way far a documentarian can go. It is a dangerous recreation on the border and with the border of public-private, personal-political, creativity-life. In any case, the main target of consideration is on the personal tales of the documentarians themselves.
The undertaking is conceived as a form of constructor of texts for theater and documentary media content material, which may be embodied within the native language at numerous European theater venues, together with with the participation of Ukrainian actors who had been pressured to depart Ukraine and their ordinary exercise attributable to battle.
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WE: media theatre is an unbiased theatre group based in 2021 by Sashko Brama, Maria Yasinska and Liuda Batalova. The group engages in urgent social themes and points regarding Ukrainian society. The group goals to doc historic processes by way of private tales of contemporaries and their inventive grasp on the border of post-documentary theatre, video storytelling and visible disciplines.