About the fall of Constantinople and 7 strategies to survive in times of changes
Either too absurd, or too realistic story: the Moscow police department turns into a haven of intellectuals. Instead of torture and violence police officers use a questionnaire that one can not only become confused, but generally remain with a feeling of acute emptiness and worthlessness of one’s own life.
- I see you! You are actually eight years old.
If you say that to a grown-up you’ll see right away that you’ve hit the nail on the head. They won’t take any offence and they’ll probably thank you for your insight. Every so-called grown up feels like they’re actually 16. Or 11. Or sometimes 5.
On stage there are seven actors who have, for various reasons, given up the theatre. Teatr.doc has given them a chance for a comeback.
Based on interviews with relatives of convicted for Bolotnaya Square case.
«Bolotnaya Square case» — a play of the Teatr.doc about the most infamous Russian political process of the recent years.
Why does it break your heart when you are being betrayed? Why did it always use to be like this? And why is it like this today?
Could the betrayal be forgiven? On maybe one should take revenge?
Husband, lover, she, a game with the audience; modern chronicles of love, passion, betrayal, revenge strategies, two Ovidius’s elegies and the intimate actors’ and spectators’ stories.
After the Second World War, Koenigsberg was renamed into Kaliningrad. The city changed its name, new Soviet people were to settle here.
Fifty years later, the voices of those soviet settlers and the few remaining Germans in Kaliningrad were recorded by scientists, students, volunteers. Kantgrad give voice to these people by telling their stories to nowadays audience.
Performed by Marina Kleshcheva playing the part of herself – a twice sentenced to prison for robber artist and a person of original genius.
Anna Yablonskaya died at the peak of her career, having just written her best, most incisive text – the play Pagans.
“The Word and the Thing” is an educational theatrical serial about the famous writers, their relations with the material world and their attachments to the certain things.
The Russian human rights defenders’ alphabet: helping the desperate from A to Z.
There are five novellas reinterpreting the Ancient Greek myths in this fifth performance directed by Elena Gremina.
A diary from Lugansk sent to Teatr.doc by an ordinary citizen of the city tells about the events of the past two years;
Mark Ravenhill's text about the manipulation and brainwashing;
a documentary project based on lawsuit materials of Oleg Sentsov, Alexander Kolchenko, Gennady Afanasyev and Alexei Chirnya - in this performance by Teatr.doc