The world after the catastrophe, post-war Koenigsberg, turned into Kaliningrad. Woe to the defeated, but are the victors happy? Life on the territories annexed in 1945 - as it is, according to documentary evidence.
The Germans, evicted from their homes, Russian, who came to master the city. The love story of two enemies is the novel of a Soviet officer and a German woman, whom he saves from eviction.
The inevitable "we are here to live" in the stories of those who were sent to learn the residential Koenigsberg: "I received an apartment with furniture, carpets, dishes, furniture and with an old German." Defeated and winners are ordinary people in the world after the war.
How they built a new life and said goodbye to the old two worlds: losers and winners, indigenous people and settlers, military and peaceful, women and men, children and the elderly.
Creative performance group:
Director - Anastasia Patlay
The playwright - Nana Greenstein
Research - Mikhail Kolchin
Artist - Lesha Lobanov
Roles and actors:
Russian (Ekaterina Korkina) - Olga Lapshina / Ekaterina Strogova
Nemka (Emma Klein) - Maria Surova
Soviet officer - Nikolai Mulakov
Old German Edmund Krause / Immanuel Kant - Alexander Topuria / Rostislav Kapelyushnikov
The play was created with the support of the Foundation. Heinrich Böll
Age limit: 18+
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
“ This is one of the most truthful performances, about the fact that there are no winners and losers in the war, but there are thousands of mutilated destinies, which "have to warm ourselves together by one stove."
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