1. Because here are the best young actors of Kiev.
2. Because Ukrainian is always in fashion!
3. A good opportunity to instill in your child a love of Ukrainian classics
“Do you want me to Ukrainize you?”, - the Ukrainophile Moky girl Ulya asks enthusiastically and enthusiastically in the comedy of Mykola Kulish “Mina Mazailo”, and his words sound almost like “Do you want me to kiss you?”.
Inflammatory performance plunges into the abyss of lightning-fast events, love, conflict, satire. It’s funny and subtle about the things that are now heard, because in modern Ukraine the parallels with the motives of the play are so direct and transparent that the words of one of the heroines “In my opinion, it’s more decent to be raped than Ukrainized” remains relevant for some. How to recognize the border that begins to separate people who are relatives by blood, history and culture? Why in the same family father and son cannot find a common language? This is both sad and tragic and funny.
Director - Elena Schurska
Artist - Igor Beletsky
Choreographer - Ksenia Ivanenko
The performance is occupied by graduates and students of the acting workshop of NA Ukraine Bogdan Benyuk.