Trash Cuisine & Minsk 2011: Two Plays by Belarus Free Theatre, Natalia Kaliada, Nicolai Khalezin, Vladimir Shcherban
Natalia Kaliada,Nicolai Khalezin,Vladimir Shcherban

Trash Cuisine & Minsk 2011: Two Plays by Belarus Free Theatre

65 printed pages
Trash Cuisine:
Banned from performing in their own country, Belarus Free Theatre serve up food, music, dance and Shakespeare as they share true stories from inmates, executioners, human rights lawyers and families of the executed. This provocative and urgent play pierces the imagination with moments of the darkest humour as it challenges capital punishment in our contemporary world, where 95 countries still carry out the death penalty.
Minsk 2011 (A Reply to Kathy Acker):
If scars are sexy, Minsk must be the sexiest city in the world…Strip clubs, underground raves and gay pride parades pulse beneath the surface of a city, where sexuality is twisted by oppression. A love letter to a home that exiles those willing to fight for it, Minsk, 2011 celebrates and mourns a land that has lost its way.
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