U!ZAHVATI
Feel... Stop... Go... Be yourself... This is your time.
Have a fresh look at the theater, Kyiv, and yourself. The fascinating story told by Time will build on songs by Serhii Babkin and exceptional music created for the performance by the composer Dmytro Saratskyi.

Every Time play is different from the previous one because the Director's perception of the story is affected by the city, weather, passers-by, the spectator's inner state, experience, mood, and thoughts...

TIME PROMENADE PLAY

Time is a new-type play. You won't have a chance to sit out in the chair or queue up at the buffet line. However, you will have a chance to have a fresh look at the theater, Kyiv, and yourself.

The format of an immersive promenade play means intense involvement in the process. With no barriers between them, the spectator and the stage become one whole. Events are unfolding right here and now, with chance passers-by becoming the actors and your dear city the stage. The story told by Time builds on songs by Serhii Babkin and exceptional music created for the performance by the composer Dmytro Saratskyi.

All you need is to turn up at the right place and time, put on the headphones, and trust the voice within. Then, you can hear yourself, the Time, and the city.

The play is staged in Russian and English.

Project team:
Director and playwright — Polina Baranychenko.
Assistant Director — Anna Leshchenko.
Composer — Dmytro Saratskyi.
Musical theme of the play — Serhii Babkin.
Administrator — Olena Motovylova.
Voice-over — Pavlo Aldoshyn.
33
Participants
90
Minutes
of your time
1
Voice
What does it look like
WE ALWAYS START ON TIME!

IMPRESSIONS

OUR PARTNERS
TIPS
We always start on time, so don't be late. The play starts in one place and ends in another, so you'd better come by taxi or on foot. Our promenade play is only an 8-minute walk from Poshtova Ploshcha metro station.
Experience suggests that you might like a glass of sparkling wine at the end of the walk. Don't deny yourself this treat by coming by car. And remember to wear comfortable shoes.
It's always best to avoid high heels and put on comfortable walking footwear.
MEETING POINT
Kyiv

Footbridge across the Dnipro River

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