Apocalyptic molfa

By Hainer Muller and Sophocles

By Olha Matsuipa

Place — Small stage

Age limit — 18+

Do you believe in karma? Do you think that Carpathian molfars truly exist? Or maybe you’re strongly convinced that global warming should occur? And what about the end of the world? Have you ever imagined that the trees can talk to each other? Do you believe in super power of art?

Believe it or not, but one day the Lumberjacks will come down from the walls of the Folk household building in Kolomyia to say: An eye for an eye — and there will be not a single reason to deny what they said, because it’s the most honest formula in the world.

At that time, the disheveled hutsul woman Namishka will bake blueberry buns and then she’ll start to play a jaw harp — a gift which has been never given to her by beloved one.

And then the tree, which now is your fashionable IKEA wooden shelf, will whisper: Damn it, what’s wrong with you people? This will mark the point of no return.

Photos Maria Shavel’

Director — Svitlana Iliuk

Scenography — Viktoria Romanchuk

Costume Designer — Maria Antoniak

Light Designer — Artur Temchenko

Media Artist — Vladyslav Bilonenko 

Sound engineers — Volodymyr Pomirko, Ostar Shuper

Premiere — October 31, 2020