1. The only jubilee concert of 30 years "Do not Journey!"
2. All legends on one stage of Maria Zankovetska's theater
3. Great holiday program and surprises
September 23 at 13:00 at the National Drama Theater. Maria Zankovetskaya will host an incredible artistic event within the framework of the Publishers Forum 2018 Program!
Taras Chubay, Victor Morozov and Batyar Bend, Stefko Orobets, Yuriy Vynnychuk, Bogdan Stelmakh, Lesya Bokovskaya, Taras Booth
"Do not worry!" - a popular cabaret theater was organized in 1988 in Lviv. At the heart of musical and theatrical performances of the theater are copyright songs, political satire, songs of Ukrainian Sich Riflemen and UPA soldiers.
The history of the "Do not Know!" Theater begins in 1986, when the Lviv writer Yuriy Vynnychuk began organizing concerts from the Club of Creative Youth with the performances of the bards of Andriy Pancyshyn, Victor Morozov and Taras Chubay, also inviting Victor Neborak. And their first performance under the title "Do not Know!" Was held on September 20, 1987 on the Day of the City of Lviv.
After several successful performances, the musicians planned to organize the theater of the author's song, but eventually decided to perform performances in the cabaret style, and in June 1988 a cabaret theater "Do not Know!" Was created at the public organization "Lev Society". The director of the newly created theater became Ostap Fedorishin.
From the beginning of his activity, "Do not worry!" Was primarily a theater of the author's song, where the main focus was on music and lyrics, although his participants tried to maximize theatrical musical performances, worked with different directors and gradually learned actor's skills.
The pop show gained the greatest popularity during 1988-1991, creating a number of musical and theatrical performances, in which the then communist power mercilessly mocked at the time, and represented spectators then songs of Ukrainian Sich Riflemen, UPA soldiers, etc. By the way, the national anthem "Still not dead Ukraine" (which was still prohibited at that time) sounded from the scene for the first time on October 5, 1989, in the concert hall of the Lviv Philharmonic, it was in the theater "Do not Wake"! "The wind of the steppe was blowing."