• Susita Fink, puppeteer and producer: Vienna is our scenery

      Susita Fink, puppeteer and producer: Vienna is our scenery

      Drama specialist and director of a small Vienna Street Puppets theaterfink, Susita Fink and his colleagues offer the guests of the Austrian capital an interesting attraction this summer - the first cultural horse-drawn carriage that travels through the time and history of Vienna. I take historical stories and relate history to the present. The actors are from Vienna and the music is old Viennese music composed from Vienna artists like Ernst Molden. With all my performances I have a political intention to show in a funny way how little has society changed, says Susita Fink in an interview to EUROPOST.

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    • Andrey Avramov: Staging comedies is serious work

      Andrey Avramov: Staging comedies is serious work

      This unprecedented challenge called Covid-19 has become the topical issue of today and we have to cope with it both personally and as a society. The crisis will be reflected in art, but it calls for a talented interpretation, says theatre director Andrey Avramov in an interview to Monitor.

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    • Marius Kurkinski: Theatre took me to God

      Marius Kurkinski: Theatre took me to God

      Getting to play so many roles, so many different characters, sometimes four-five at a time, actually helped me to exorcise my demons, my budding sins. I just wrenched them out of my being and tossed them. That is how I dealt with the terror that grips a young and unprotected soul, says actor and director Marius Kurkinski in an interview to Europost.

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    • Japanese dance of darkness will be performed in Sofia

      Japanese dance of darkness will be performed in Sofia

      A form of Japanese dance theatre known as butoh is at the core of a new show by Bulgarian experimental theatre company Meteor, which will be performed in Sofia on 30 and 31 October. Butoh, or ankoku buto (dance of darkness), is a type of avant-garde dance which raises the most difficult existential questions using extreme means of expression.

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    • Nikolai Kolyada: Theatre is math

      Nikolai Kolyada: Theatre is math

      All I have to do is walk out on the street and see someone, and I immediately know where they are headed, how much money they have in their wallet, what kind of furniture is in their home. What is a playwright if not a keen observer? I just need to watch, pay attention. I love ordinary people. I love writing about them because the affection for the humiliated and the downtrodden has always been the lifeblood of our literature, says world-renowned playwright Nikolai Kolyada in an interview to Europost.

       

       

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