Congratulations to all the Belarusian Dream Theatre’s on a job well done! It was an amazing night of performances around the world! Thank you to all of those who came out and supported our work!
Today, all over the world, Belarusian Dream Theaters are performing original works on Belarus, “Europe’s Last Dictatorship.” Tonight at 10pm, starting in D207, The Bennington College group will be performing four of these plays. Come see Oz Revisited, The Milk is Spoiled, Under Protest, and Variations on the Polis! Can’t get to Bennington, Vermont? Look at all of the other work happening around the globe! Find a Belarusian Dream group closest to your location. If you can’t make it to the shows tonight, try lighting a candle or reading up on Belarus. Do something to show your solidarity for Belarusian Freedom Fighters, and for oppressed people everywhere!
This article contains a list of all the theaters participating in the Belarusian Dream Project on Belarusian Freedom Day, March 25th, 2o14. Check out all the amazing plays these different groups are performing!
This is a great article on the Belarusian Free Theatre!
Belarus is described by many activists as “The last dictatorship in Europe”
Inspired by the Belarusian Free Theatre, several theatre organizations have band together and organized an international theatre festival called Belarusian Dream. Several plays about Belarus written by playwrights from around the world will be performed on March 25th, the “unofficial” holiday know as Belarusian Freedom Day. The theatre organizations putting up the plays range from professional to college, and can be found across the globe. Bennington College will be putting up four of these plays on March 25th, as well as other performances throughout the term. Stay tuned for more on Belarusian Dream, The Belarusian Free Theatre, and Bennington College’s productions of the plays.