Script and directed by Yaroslav Fedoryshyn Set and Costumes Alla Fedoryshyna

Lighting Krzysztof Dubiel
Sound Mykola Kshanovski

Cast: Nataliya Marchak/ Galyna Strychak, Nataliya Lukashonok, Maria Kovalik, Tetiana Tkachenko, Petro Mykytiuk (honoured artist of Ukraina), Wolodymir Gubanov(honoured artist of Ukraina), Wolodymir Chukhonkin, Taras Yuryczko, Yuriy Phylypchuk, Oleksandr Chekmarov, Evgeniy Pietrov, Juriy Shorobura.

The performance tells about the rituals and customs they accompany man from the beginning of history. Woskresinnia using the means of theatrical expression specific to them shows how important a role fire played in human life. To the sounds of plastic music and played live a percussion concert of Actors – Creators of the Universe, they will become a wedding procession, a troupe of happy dancers and jugglers would suddenly turn into knights of the Apocalypse and make an annihilation. The viewer follows the accompanying situations to man from always: the birth of life, fun, joy, harmony, but also hellish scenes straight from the apocalyptic a vision of the destruction of man. The finale of the show, however hope for the final victory of good. Aesthetics the performance refers to Ukrainian folklore. In music was used in the dance performance on stilts Eurovision winners of the Ukrainian artist Ruslana. No words show, it lasts 50 minutes.

Gloria info fler download here (pdf)

Fire, wind, lightning and rainstorm, or “Gloria”
  They also did not discourage the audience, thirsty for outdoor spectacle. On the contrary, the Saturday evening storm and the temporary wall of rain made the spectacle “Gloria” gain unexpected and literally staggering special effects. With this strong accent the III Festival Between Words began – a meeting with theater, poetry and prose. The performance “Gloria”, shown in the natural setting of the port of Kołobrzeg, is a story about love, hatred, good and evil struggles and rituals that have accompanied people since the dawn of time, performed by stilts on artists’ stilts. the actors were operating, despite the rainy adversities, 25 liters of kerosene were used for the performance.
Głos Koszaliński

In the performance of the Ukrainian theatres Voskresinnia Gloria dance stilts, performances with fire, parades of mines and juggling tomfoolery made it easy for actors to establish good contact with the audience. Good entertainment and pyrotechnical attractions were not the only value of their performance. A lot could be read in the play directed by Iaroslav Fedoryshyn. He talked about it himself: Gloria is a very difficult story about the fight that a man has in a life. To tell about the beginning of everything and the meeting of a man with fire and water, his love for happiness and power, we gave the main role to ethnic music, which mixes with very contemporary expression. “

Agata Kirol, Mirosław Baran – Gazeta Wyborcza Trójmiasto

The event of the first day of the festival was eagerly awaited, the art of the Voskresinnia Theatre  from Lviv “Gloria”. Embedded in the poetics of the group, already known Jelenia Gora’s  citizens from last year’s “The Cherry Orchard” is a metaphorical spectacle and ethnic hiking, poetic story about life and about the elements of fire and water. The latter – as if ordered – fell from the sky. The rain began to drizzle just when the soundtrack was thunder! Some of the audience wondered if this was certainly not one of many special effects. But no: it was the truest rain, which stopped quickly and did not prevent the completion of art. In the show, one could see the motives of both Oriental and Christian culture. The background music is important: on the one hand the classic, on the other – modernity and in the entertainment sounds. This combination, however, does not offend, and the song made by Ruslana, Eurovision winner, used to dance on stilts even gained a new value. In some parts, he played live percussion Igor Sheriaeew. Add to this the painterly scenes of brush-lit lights and pyrotechnic effects. For “Gloria”, directed by Iaroslav  Fedoryshyn, deserved applause! Tejo,