Thus Spoke Zarathustra
- A Drama Lesson
- Date of premiere
- April 28, 2013
“What is great about humans is that they are a bridge and not a purpose: what is lovable about humans is that they are a crossing over and a going under. I love those who do not know how to live unless by going under, for they are the ones who cross over"—Friedrich Nietzshche.
The theatrical-philosophical project “Leaving Zarathustra” is collaborative work of the author KLIM and director Volodymyr Kuchynskyi. It is a production meant to contemplate the complexities of Ukrainian society through theatrical means; its personal and collective journey of crossing over and sometimes under life’s abyss passes through the lens of one of Europe's most famous philosophical works.
Directorial Conception — Volodymyr Kuchynsky
Musical Conception — Mariana Sadovska
Movement Conception — Olha Semoshkina
Visual Conception — Oleksyi and Oksana Khoroshko
The Choir of One Alone, or he who addresses the "non-choir" – Oleh Tsiona
The One Who Always Speaks for the Crowd – Mykola Bereza, Andrii Kozak,
Andriy Vodychev, Tamara Gorgisheli, Vasyl Kolisnyk, Maria Oneschak, Oleh Oneschak, Natalia Rybka-Parkhomenko, Denis Sokolov, Yaroslav Fedorchuk, Andriy Petruk, Marko Svizhinskyi.
The project is supported by the Foundation for Development of Ukraine