There was a strong Polish accent in Narva, or rather – Uzbek-Polish in Russian, from the Ilkhom Theater in Tashkent. The play in question was “Underground Girls,” directed by Jakub Skrzywanek – known for productions such as “Mein Kampf” at the Powszechny Theater in Warsaw and “Death of John Paul II” at the Polish Theater in Poznan, artistic director of the Contemporary Theater in Szczecin and winner of the recent “Polityka” theatrical Passport. (more…)
Once upon a time, a Bull was born. From a black stone. And on the day he was born, a call to adventure took him away to find his voice.
On June 24 and 25, Ilkhom Theatre will open “Bull n’ Birds” an original production by Mitya Zolotov directed by Stephen Thomas Ochsner. (more…)