The play based on the play by Slavomir Mrozhek, one of the most popular and relevant playwrights of the second half of the 20th century, performed by two leading artists of his generation - Yuri Chursin and Viktor Khorinyak - about freedom and whether it will bring happiness.
A performance for two on a universal scale - without time, without place.
Two different characters, two different fates: an educated intellectual who emigrated to Europe in search of freedom, and a simple village hard worker who came to earn money to build the best house in the whole village. By chance they meet and find themselves in a foreign country, in one basement ...
The performance, which was a long-awaited event for fans of Yuri Chursin and managed to return the artist to the stage after a six-year break.
The creators of the play are director Roman Feodori, artist Olga Nikitina and composer Sergey Nevsky multiple laureates of the Golden Mask theater prize.
“Emigrants” is another high-profile application for victories at international festivals.