If you’re hungry for new experiences, then you should seriously consider going to one of Fedor Elyutin’s shows cuz this guy is constantly looking for new modern European experimental performances.
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Let’s talk about ... theater!
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#1 Remote Moscow
Put on your headphones - the show has begun. A theatrical journey with an invisible interlocutor is an invaluable experience of communication with the city and people. The action takes place here and now, the streets of the city is an improvised stage, and all passers-by are the actors. Remote Moscow makes you get out of your comfort zone (it turns out, it’s not difficult!) and, one way or another changes you- at least, expanding the scope of the usual perception of everyday life.
#2 Ложь. Шоу о деньгах £¥€$
During this play, lie demonstrates the mechanisms of the economy and situations of global finance world, which at any time can be repeated in real life.
In case of Etiquette play, you can come through the situations from the movies “Vivre Sa Vie” (My Life to Live) by Jean-Luc Godard, “The Dresser” by Albert Finney, as well as a play “A Doll’s House” by Henrik Ibsen. You’re sitting in front of the stranger at a cafe table with headphones on, and a voice is instructing you on how to act and which items to use. But you never what is going to happen next. It’s a secret for two.