International Project C:NTACT Foundation will produce a musical play in Kharkiv, based on the stories of internally displaced persons (IDPs) and other people affected by the events in the east of Ukraine, Nakipelo reports (RU).
These people will act themselves, not professional actors. Organizers note the participants of the project will be representatives of both sides of the conflict.
The musical will be engage joint Ukrainian and Danish experts, and graduates of the London International School of Performing Arts (LISPA) to help prepare non-professional actors.
Work on the musical will last until mid-September, then Kharkiv will hold 15 premieres.
BACKGROUND: International Project C:NTACT established in Copenhagen (Denmark). More than 10 years it creates theater and media performances about hot spots and conflict zones in Europe, Middle East and Africa. Performances based on the stories of the inhabitants of Jordan, Palestine, Nigeria, Syria.
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