Ukrainian play written, published, and directed in France
The marionette theater, modern drama
February 20, 2022, at 4 p.m.
Ukrainian House, Khreshchatyk street 2
A play by Ukrainian playwright Neda Nezhdana, directed by French director Clement Peretjatko. By combining different realities and forms of writing, it manifests as intervention, documentary, virtual theater, and medieval mystery all at the same time. The storyline follows the destinies of Ukrainian revolutionaries from the moment when Berkut beat up the protesters to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
‘Maidan Inferno’ is the first Ukrainian play, written in France, put on stage by French theater, and published in a French publishing house.
Genre: one-act street mystery
Duration: 1 hour 40 minutes
Age restrictions: 16+
Directed by: Clement Peretjatko, France
Set designer: Jullien Scholl, France
Marionettes: Vitalii Holub and Clemant Peretjatko
Dramaturgy by: Nada Nezhdana (Ukraine)
Characters and performers:
OREST — Valerii Zubchyk, Yurii Zakharov
BERKUT — Vladyslav Lebediev, Artur Opriatnyi
ANIA- Valeriia Lahoda (Kleimenova), Andzelika Nykolaieva
JOUNALIST — Oleksandra Verstiuk, Sofia Pyrih
Organizers and partners:
The city of Lyon, under the agreement with the French Insititute in Paris
National Museum of the Revolution of Dignity
NCTA for Les Kurbas
Dnipro Academic Drama and Comedy Theater
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Where: Cinema and Concert Hall of the National Center “Ukrainian House”, 1st floor, Khreshchatyk street, 2
When: February 20, 2022, 4 p.m. - 5.40 p.m.
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Press service of the National Museum of the Revolution of Dignity