Theater Kryly Khplopa made an appeal in social networks in connection with the situation in Belarus
Today we go out on the squares and streets to say that it’s enough! We want to live and make art in a free country without censorship. We demand to stop repressions and violence! We demand to free prisoners of conscience! We demand to punish people who’re managing the beating of peaceful civilians on the streets! We demand new free elections! We are waiting for the changes!
During the last months, the charitable trust of the Magdalena Project has been wound up (see this post for the reasons for this). As part of this process, we were required to close the bank account and Paypal account connected to the charitable trust. We have opened new accounts, which are now ready to receive donations.
Volume 26, No. 4, Performance Research (June 2021)
Helena Grehan (Murdoch University) and Peter Eckersall (The Graduate Center, City University of New York (CUNY))
Proposal deadline: 31 July 2020
The year 2020 should be seen as the year when human history dissolved—not because human beings disappear from planet Earth, but because planet Earth, tired of their arrogance, launched a micro-campaign to destroy their Will zur Macht (Will to power).
We are going to discuss THEATER: difficulties and overcoming of barriers in the time of lock down. LIVE from Belarus!
Sviatlana HAIDALIONAK, actress of Kryly Khalopa theatre gives interview to Eugenia Galazzo from Interdisciplinary Research Foundation about theatre in Belarus and about activity of KX Space during the pandemic.
Our new performance “Wind Rose” a co-production with Naturkraft, will premiere at Naturkraft today. Naturkraft is a quite new exploration park here in our neighborhood in Ringkøbing, which will be officially opened by the Danish Crown Princess, Mary, today June 12. We are very honored that Naturkraft asked us to make a performance about wind and it has been a pleasure working together with Naturkraft.