Simona Sala in Armine, Sister. Photo Maciej Zakrzewski

Armine, Sister in 2016

This year 101 years will pass since the tragic events of the year 1915. Teatr ZAR with the project Armine, Sister, dedicated to the history and culture of Armenian people and their near-extermination at the beginning of the 20th century will continue the uneasy task of bringing back the memory of Armenian Genocide to the world. Presentations of Armine, Sister performance in Poland, Europe and USA will be accompanied with concerts by invited to the project musicians, seminars, workshops, film screenings and debates, which will be included into programme aimed to remind and commemorate the victims of Holocaust, which Turkey and other countries still do not want to recognise. Presentations of Armine, Sister will be important events in the context of the struggle for human rights against the socio-political changes of the modern world and a definite voice to the general acceptance of violence. 

phot. Ken Reynolds

Ditte Berkeley and Kamila Klamut in Caesarean Section. Essays on Suicide performance (phot. Ken Reynolds)

Caesarean Section. Essays on Suicide in 2016

Performance presented with great success as part of the International Theatre Olympics in Beijing in December 2014 will be shown in San Sebastian in December 2016.

Matej Matejka in Anhelli. The Calling performance (phot. Irena Lipińska)

Jarosław Fret and Kamila Klamut talk about the work of Teatr ZAR

Breaking Muse 2016.

Aleksandra Kotecka and Tomasz Wierzbowski in Armine, Sister (phot. Irena Lipińska)

Aleksandra Kotecka and Tomasz Wierzbowski in Armine, Sister (phot. Irena Lipińska)

Armine, Sister - trailer

Excerpts from Armine, Sister performance, clip created within PIEŚŃ PAMIĘCI/SINGING IN EXILE/CHŒURS EN EXIL, a documentary film project directed by Nathalie Rossetti and Turi Finocchiaro.

Premiere of the film took place during the international festival Visions du Réel 2015 in Nyon, France, Polish premiere was on the 28 April 2015 in the Dolnośląskie Centrum Filmowe in Wrocław.

More about the film

phot. Karol Jarek

phot. Karol Jarek

Witness

The action performed by butoh dancer Daisuke Yoshimoto according to the concept of Jarosław Fret is a question, how can a performer bear witness and become a testimony of events that are outside his experience? The performative action is a manifestation of the new domain of Teatr ZAR's work: Witness/Action. It was presented in Wroclaw in the days of Armine, Sister premiere in November 2013: 13-17 and in April 2015: 22-27.

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