MAKLENA in Ukraine
Help us bring our first-ever English translation of MAKLENA to Ukraine for a festival this June!
This June, Night Train will tour its English-language-premiere production of MAKLENA
to an international theatre festival in Kharkiv, Ukraine.
Your support will make our participation in the festival possible, and enable us to take our production of this classic Ukrainian play to the city where it premiered in 1933. We will also have a chance to participate in skill exchange workshops with Ukrainian theatre companies, lead masterclasses for local drama students, and bring our show to Kyiv following the festival.
Our hopes are about to become reality: this can’t be done without your support!
OUR CROWDFUNDING PAGE IS NOW CLOSED.
IF YOU WOULD STILL LIKE TO SUPPORT US:
1) Thank you
2) Click on the link below, fill in the form, and we will be in touch in no time
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We are very grateful for our sponsors, for helping us make our trip to Ukraine possible and for supporting our company:
Ronna Bach - Romain Becker - Olga Biba - Lena Bovay - Juliette Chatinières - Xavier des Garets - Nigel Gazzard - Hélène Goble - Clémence Grandchamp - Michael Greenwald - Natalie Jaresko - Elisa Kahn - Joel Mackler - Posey Mehta - Ray Montague - Sean O'Connor - Kitty Parker - Brooks Luba - Shephard Artem - Shevalev Constance - Uzwyshyn - Paul Watkins - Ursula Woolley
To learn more about The Kharkiv Festival and what your support could bring to this project, take a look at our
production pack, which you can download here:
Dr Rory Finnin, Head of Slavonic Studies and Director of the Ukrainian Studies Programme at the University of Cambridge talks about Maklena and why he is a proud supporter of this project.