questions for the day after tomorrow

Based on texts by Plato

Place: small stage
Duration: 1 hour 20 minutes without intermission
Age limit: 18+

Director — Piotr Armianovski
Playwrights — Piotr Armianovski and Anastasiia Kosodii
Scenography and costume design — Кateryna Markush and Mariia Khomiakova
Choreography and physicality precision — Viktor Ruban
Choirmaster — Oksana Tsymbalist
Sound engineers — Volodymyr Pomirko, Liubomyr Ishchuk
Lighting designer — Artur Temchenko
Media equipment support — Pavlo Kovalskyi
Production manager — Yurii Zakharko
Assistant Director — Svitlana Iliuk
Props — Marta Bozhyk
Decorators — Marta Bozhyk, Solomiia Ortynska
Construction manager, artist — Serhii Stoliaruk
Dressmaker — Iryna Musikhina
Costumiers — Halyna Hladun, Diana Yanchuk
Stage technicians — Oleh Zherebetskyi, Serhii Lytvynenko, Volodymyr Prodyus
PR — Viktoriia Dzydziuk, Rostyslav Kuzyk
Design — Olena Konoval, Mariia Mykytenko
Consultant in Greek — Polina Kharasakhal


Alcibiades — Rostyslav Kolachnyk/Andrii Roschis
The one who looks like Socrates — Vasyl Kolisnyk
The one who speaks like Socrates — Isabel Merkulova
Female Flutist — Anastasiia Perets/Tetiana Shelelio

«The ordinary people like me don’t make a difference». What is the danger behind this common opinion? Why, in fact, this opinion is widespread among our citizens? We believe it’s because this is the easiest way. By choosing the comfortable position called “out of politics” we console ourselves with hopes for the quick victory and the post-war prosperity of the country. What is hope — a lifeline or something that may lead us astray?

This performance is a session of disillusionment, inspired by the ancient Greeks. Armed with a sense of humor and small-caliber provocations, we will reflect on justice, responsibility, virtue and ways of harmonious coexistence of such different us in Ukraine.

This project runs with financial support from the Stabilisation Fund for Culture and Education 2022 of the German Federal Foreign Office and the Goethe-Institute.

Premiere — January 22, 2023