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Insulted. Belarus(sia) – A Play on the Belarusian Revolution

Andrei Kureichik, the well-known Belarusian playwright, tells the story of the first month of the Belarusian revolution and seeks to understand how the Belarusian revolution differs from Prague in 1968, Russia in 1991 and Ukraine in 2014. International theaters, groups, schools, and individuals came together in September and October to present readings, videos, films, and discussions of Kureichik’s play.

The Forum Collective,  an initiative to produce and present multidisciplinary political art works and journalism, has a recording of a live streamed performance, directed by Kieran Beccia and translated by John Freedman:  Insulted. Belarus(sia)

Between November 17 and 19 Howlround presents a series of livestreaming performances and conversations at theatres in the U.S.