The Różanka stop turned out to be a friendly.place. Despite the monsoon weather during the day, the evening brought calm and quietened the storms raging over Wrocław. As a result, at the Agora Cultural Centre, together with the audience, we could smell the Ukrainian landscape painted with the poems of Taras Shevchenko. The painful story of Shevchenko’s life told by the actors of the Voskresinnia Theatre sounded, in the face of the boiling cauldron in Russia, exceptionally Cassandrian. However, the play’s finale brings hope that every evil has an end.
We would like to thank our colleagues from the Agora Cultural Centre for their cooperation in the realisation of the performance.
And we dedicate the performance itself to our actresses Tanya Tkachenko and Marichka Mariia Kovalyk. Get back to health. We look forward to seeing you!
Photo: CK Agora in Wrocław.
Today 25 June we will play Shevchenko’s Testament at the VéNégy Fesztivál és Színházi Találkozó festival in Nagymaros, Hungary. Anyone in the vicinity of Budapest should arrive at 11pm. Please be welcome!