Down In A Small Tashkent Basement, You’ll Find A Bastion Of Hope and Liberty.
Tashkent (Uzbekistan) – The cosy underground stage is immersed in total darkness; the seats are filled to capacity. The theatre is so tiny that the first row of spectators shares the squeaky, wooden floor with the performers.
Suddenly, the spotlights dazzle a couple of young actors, battered and dressed in rags, lying among old barrels and plastic garbage. They impersonate two desperate young addicts from a poor neighbourhood. (more…)
The opening night of the play by French director Antoine Gindt’s “Lyudka” took place on the stage of the “Ilkhom” Theater. The focus of the play is about a common family with a simple life and complicated relationships, consisting of three people who have the same names, the name that has become a kind of symbol of this play. Read the review about the opening night of the play by “The Mag”. Everyone who is in love with the “Ilkhom” Theater talked about the play even at the level of rehearsals. (more…)