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(Русский) Знакомство с постановочной командой проекта «Подпольные девочки»

September, 10th – the Opening of the 47th theater season. We are starting to get acquainted with the production team of the “Underground Girls” project, the premiere of the new season.
Agnieszka Kryst is an independent dance artist and choreographer; (more…)

Open Call “2020-22: CRISIS, CRITICAL RESISTANCE AND CREATIVE RESILIENCE”

New deadline: JULY 15, 2022

Project is a regional virtual professional development workshop, organized by Art Prospect Network and State Silk Museum (Tbilisi, GE), in collaboration with US based curator Lydia Matthews. We are inviting fiction/non-fiction writers, curators, visual artists, activists, journalists, graphic novelists, and archivists to strengthen their current cultural projects and/or proposals that address recent challenges in the lives of their communities.

Workshop Leaders: Yasi Alipour, Lydia Matthews, G.E. Patterson, Peter Rostovsky, Radhika Subramaniam. Workshops will be free and will be virtually conducted in English, on Zoom.

Eligibility: Multigenerational residents and displaced people from Art Prospect network countries: (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan).

Here is the application link: https://bit.ly/3tGmfzP

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Opening night: Underground girls

September 10th and 11th the PREMIERE of the performance “Underground Girls” (by E. Railly and J. Skrzywanek) Once upon a time in a land far far away the world ended for women. This is their story, their strength, survival, and heart ache. “Underground Girls” is a wild and immersive exploration of freedom and oppression. (more…)

“Happy Beggars”

A story based on K. Gozzi’s play, but transported to Samarkand, where traditional characters of Italian Commedia del’Arte found real personalities, histories, nationalities, and and languages. (more…)

“White White Black Stork”

"WHITE WHITE BLACK STORK" Inadvertently startling storks - their own children, not adults broke the nest, and life itself. This performance of "Ilkhom" has risen to the heights of Shakespeare. (more…)

“I love you, but”

“The text of the play” is not a finished play, but a compilation of intimate stories. In the citizens' stage, the performer and the author are not always the same person, but all the monologues that sound here are not fictional. These are live voices of real citizens of an exact city with their own inner world. (more…)

“THE SON”

The play “The Son” is named after the play by the iconic French playwright Florian Zeller and staged by Boris Gafurov. Problems of fathers and children by Zeller is a detective story in which we cling to versions about suspected perpetrators, but each suspect turns out to have an iron alibi. (more…)

“Cabaret Studio X”

Ladies and gentlemen! Madame’s and Monsieur’s! We present to you the Ilkhom Theatre’s tenth studio release play “Cabaret Studio X”! In the cabaret’s program we will present to you the best work of our students developed (more…)

Opening night: Underground girls

September 10th and 11th the PREMIERE of the performance “Underground Girls” (by E. Railly and J. Skrzywanek) Once upon a time in a land far far away the world ended for women. This is their story, their strength, survival, and heart ache. “Underground Girls” is a wild and immersive exploration of freedom and oppression. (more…)

“Playing Strindberg”

The play “Playing Strindberg” by the Swiss playwright Dürrenmatt is a loose adaptation of the “The Dance of Death” by A. Strindberg. According to Dürrenmatt: “The bourgeois tragedy of marriage gave birth to a comedy about the bourgeois tragedy of marriage”. (more…)

“Golden Dragon”

"Golden Dragon" - a tragicomedy by German playwright Roland Schimmelpfennig, recognized in Germany, as the best play in 2010. The first text of the play sounded at the Ilkhom Theater of Mark Weil before an audience in the form of theatrical improvisation in November, 2013. (more…)

“Seven moons”

Seven Moons written by Alisher Navoi is a poetic, Sufi parable about the mysterious equilibrium of fame and infamy, greatness and humiliation, about a shah who once had everything, but lost it all because of his regal pride. (more…)

PREVIEW of From Ulysses. Joyce

On June 16th and 23rd at 6:30 p.m. PREVIEW of From Ulysses. Joyce If Socrates leaves the house today, he will find a sage sitting at his door. If Judas sets out today, this journey will lead him to Judas. James Joyce set out with himself on June 16th and spent seven Julian years on the road and wrote "the greatest novel of the twentieth century" in order to meet his sage face to face on the evening of that day . (more…)

“Heart of a dog”

An unprecedented creature will be born on stage of Tashkent's Ilkhom Theatre of Mark Weil. In the presence of the audience, a new heart will begin to beat. The question is - does this heart belong to a dog or a human? (more…)

“Unleashed romance”

The basic of a new performance is a novel “Eugenie Onegin”, who in the interpretation of Mark Weil has become an original structure. It's unusual because there are lots of the main heroes. (more…)