THE REVOLUTION STARVES ITS CHILDREN
The revolution starves its children
Theater performance and supporting program about the "power of memory"
For the last time, Futur3 is showing its international theater production DIE REVOLUTION LÄSST IHRE KINDER VERHUNGERN at Depot 2 at Schauspiel Köln. The multi-nominated and award-winning play about the Holodmor - Stalin's starvation terror in Ukraine in the 1930s - paints a large panoramic picture of historical events and personal stories. This year marks the 90th anniversary of the Holodmor. To mark the occasion, we will be discussing current references and historical taboos in Ukrainian and German cultures of remembrance with experts around the performance.
6 pm, Foyer - Introduction: Prof. Dr. Guido Hausmann, Music: Mariana Sadovska
7 pm, Depot 2 (with ticket) - Theatre performance: "The revolution starves its children"
8:45 pm, Depot 2 - "The power of memory", discussion with Prof. Oksana Dovhopolova (Odessa), Mykola Homaniuk (Kherson) and Prof. Dr. Gerhard Simon (Cologne), Moderation: Lea Goebel
Throughout in the FOYER, book presentation: "I still feel sorry when I throw away food - Grandma used to tell me stories about the Holodomor", collages on paper by Lia Dostlieva and Andrii Dostliev
Schauspiel Köln, Depot 2, Schanzenstraße 6, 51063 Cologne
An event by Futur3, Ukrainian Institute and Blau-Gelbes- Kreuz e.V. in cooperation with Schauspiel Köln and Orangerie Theater, in collaboration with Freihandelszone - Ensemblenetzwerk Köln e.V..
As a project of the Goethe-Institut supported by project funds from the Federal Foreign Office to sustainably strengthen the resilience of Ukrainian cultural and educational partners.
Also supported by: Kunststiftung NRW, Ministry of Culture and Science of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia, Cultural Office of the City of Cologne and Open Society Foundations
keywords: andré erlen / futur3 / holodomor / jörg ritzenhoff / cologne / kulturamt stadt köln / kunststiftung nrw / Mariana Sadovska / michaela munchina / ministry of culture and science nrw / sandra nuy / schauspiel koeln / stefan h. kraft / ukraine / valerij Lisac