‘Kur­bas: New Worlds’

Kyiv Post - - En­ter­tain­ment Guide -

Mys­tet­skyi Ar­se­nal puts on a dis­play of the worlds cre­ated by the 1920s avant-garde direc­tor Les Kur­bas in his Kyiv and Kharkiv theater plays. Kur­bas used the ac­tors’ move­ment to rep­re­sent an ex­plo­sion at a fac­tory, ex­per­i­mented with cinema to dis­play the char­ac­ters’ thoughts, and to trans­form them into mere im­ages on­stage. A big part of the Kur­bas ex­pe­ri­ence were also the cu­bist and fu­tur­is­tic theater sets, and mu­sic closely tied to the live ac­tion. Sets, cos­tumes, pho­to­graphs, and record­ings of Kur­bas’ plays can be seen in the art com­plex un­til Dec. 2. “Kur­bas: New Worlds.” Mys­tet­skyi Ar­se­nal (10-12 Lavrska St.) Oct. 17. 6:30 p.m. Oct. 18 - Dec. 2. Tue-Sun. 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. Hr 4080. Free for chil­dren un­der 12, peo­ple with dis­abil­i­ties, vet­er­ans and any mu­seum em­ploy­ees.

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