International Theatre Forum «TEART»
Visual and Performing Arts Centre
220030, Minsk, Internatsionalnaya, 21
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Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes without intermissions
  • 04 oct 2018, 19:00
Finnish National Theatre
Helsinki, Finland

Premiere – October 14, 2016

In this work by Kristian Smeds we see a virtuotic pair of actors on the stage. The encounter of Hungarian Annamária Láng and Estonian Juhán Ulfsak creates a theatrical pas de deux not lacking in passion, madness and humour. Operating on strong visuality and musicality just filming is also a declaration of love to the art of cinema.

  1. Director Kristian Smeds
  2. Lightning Design Teemu Nurmelin
  3. Video Design Lennart Laberenz
  4. Sound Design Krisztián Vranik
  5. Make Up Design Laura Sgureva
  6. Music Verneri Pohjola, Pekka Kuusisto, Timo Kämäräinen
  8. Cast: Annamária Láng, Juhán Ulfsak

In “broken” English and Finnish languages with simultaneous translation into Russian


Finnish National Theatre

Founded in 1872, the Finnish National Theatre is the oldest Finnish-language professional theatre in the country. Over the years the theatre has become a venue for Finnish plays also welcoming a variety of joint productions and guest performances. The theatre co-operates with, among others, the Helsinki Festival to bring over cutting-edge examples of world drama. The theatre also participates in text-based cultural exchanges and workshops, and regularly invites guest directors or other artists from abroad, to bring new perspectives to Finnish theatre.

Kristian Smeds
Kristian Smeds

One of the most significant finnish theatre makers. In addition to numerous works of stage direction and writing he has been the artistic director in Finnish professional theaters and guided his own free theatre group Smeds Ensemble (2007-2014). Smeds has worked widely also on foreign stages (inter alia Estonia, Germany and Lithuania). In 2011 he was granted the European Prize for New Theatrical Realities, as the first Nordic artist.

Photo: Ulla Jokisalo

  1. In cooperation with Estonian Institute in Hungary, Kanuti Gildi SAAL, Trafó House of Contemporary Arts
  2. Participation of Just Filming is partly supported by TINFO – Theatre Info Finland