1. Visit the most popular performance of the Mysantrope theater, which has already become its business card
2. The combination of different genres and types of art in one work
3. The project, in which the first place is emotional and sensual world perception.
Since November 2018, the Kyiv Municipal Academic Opera and Ballet for Children and Youth has begun a creative collaboration with the Mizantrop Theater.
As part of this collaboration, on November 17, the most popular performance of the Mysantrope theater - the Three Sisters dance drama will be presented.
"Three sisters" - one of the most popular and, at the same time, one of the most unusual plays by A.P. Chekhov, inspired the creative group of the theater "MIZANTROP", consisting of director Ilya Moschitsky and composer Dmitry Saratsky to create his own, musically -the choreographic version of this work.
The play, which has almost no plot, in the usual sense, has best approached for such a project, in which the first place is an emotional and sensual world perception.
The heterogeneity of the performers, uniting dancers and actors, will allow a different angle to look at Czech reflections on the meaning of being and the search for happiness. The music of the play was created by the composer specifically for the project in the live search and implementation process of new creative ideas.
The "Three sisters" dance has already been shown in many Ukrainian cities among them (Kyiv, Kharkiv, Odessa, Lviv, Chernivtsi, Rivne, Kherson, Nikolaev, Poltava, Dnipro, Sumy and many others). The play became a kind of business card of the theater "MIZANTROP" embodying its main principle - the combination of different genres and types of art in one work.
Director Ilya Moshchitsky about the play:
"Three sisters - a play, the main actress of which is time and endless questions about the meaning of human existence. In the early 20th century, it was a shock to the audience, it still remains a shock to this day. After more than 100 years, the play gets everything and becomes actuality. The scale of confronting the world of spiritual and material, petty bourgeoisie and intelligence, goodness and conscience deepen, creating and increasing the gap between people. We also try to become happy and just as we listen to ourselves, we are freezing before the fear of the future. Chekhov formulated his basic questions to the person, and we, in turn, try to answer them with his performance, speculating and provoking new quests and new topics.
Directed by Ilya Moshchitsky
Choreographer - Mykola Boychenko
Composer - Dmitry Saratsky
Duration of the performance - 2 hours (with intermission).