SECONDARY | WACE
In Opus No. 7 the audience enters a world of transformation, where objects, sounds and people change in the blink of an eye. In this genre-defying two-part theatrical experience, larger-than-life puppets, duelling pianos, living walls and blizzards of newsprint tell the story of the oppression of Soviet Jews and the censorship of Shostakovich under Stalin.
One of the most influential voices of Russian theatre, Dmitry Krymov and his collaborators have devised a deeply moving, visually majestic experience – using simple materials to create vivid images on an epic scale.
In Russian with surtitles.