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Performing Memory: Current Trends in Contemporary Russian Documentary Theatre.

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Mikhail Kaluzhskii, supervisor of documentary performance programs at the Joseph Beuys Theatre (Moscow) and director of public debates at the Andrei Sakharov Centre (Moscow), discusses the evolution of ‘verbatim’ theatre practices and their relation to memory politics in Russia today, drawing on his experience as writer, director, actor and critic. Co-sponsored with the Memory at War project.

This talk is part of the Slavonic Studies series.

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