1. If you like the intellectual theater, then you should visit the "Emigrants"
2. A special space of the performance is constructed, where the viewer is an active participant of the action.
3. An emigrant can be found by everyone. But is it worth it? ...
What is freedom? And what is slavery? But can these concepts exist separately from each other?
Two emigrants voluntarily live together in the same room. They are united by the past in one state and the common future in the basement. Is that enough for coexistence? ...
The play "Emigrants" was created after the play of the world-renown absurdist Slavomir Mrozhek.