Theatre projects

Without theatre the cultural life of Dom Master Klass would be far from complete. Theatre considered as an art of life, combines literature, painting, music - actually, all of it. The number, variety and significance of theatrical projects is a pure testament of our love to the THEATRE.
Just to mention that Dom Master Klass has become a starting point for many educational projects for Ukrainian actors , theater studios, theater productions and theater festivals.
The Festival of Contemporary Ukrainian Theatre is an educational and theatrical project. It was established as an attempt to look into the future in order to determine where the modern Ukrainian theater is heading, how it can be integrated into European and world trends.The program of the Festival was intense: performances, round tables, photo exhibition.
Theatre studio directed by Alexander Kryzhanovsky, the New Drama Theatre in Pechersk Director.
Theatre studio for kids directed by Tamara Trunova.
Premiere of the play of the New Drama Theatre in Pechersk "Hesse. Proverbs " by Hermann Hesse , with the participation of the Chamber Ensemble Sed Contra. *Under support of the Swiss Cooperation Office Ukraine.
The English-language theatre is a unique mutual project of Dom MK and a famous Ukrainian-American theatre director Oleh Liptsyn.
The main goal of the project was to create a theatrical ensemble that performs modern and classical plays of English worldknown drama in the language of the original. Two plays in English were performed - "Dogg's Hamlet" and Thomas Dylan's "Under the Hay of the Milk Forest"
Educational and theatrical-staging project METATEATR, which was transformed into an experimental Master's program "Culturology and METATEATR". *Funding of the Ukrainian Cultural Foundation.
Musical and poetic performance "YAR" based on Marianna Kianovska's book of poems "Babyn Yar. Voices". The idea of this project belonged to the American-Ukrainian Director Oleh Liptsyn. The past, which " about the events which changed the history not only of Kyiv, but also of the whole world, was told by the voices of the victims of Babyn Yar.





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