NASHA MOSKVA

Colonel Astral

THEATER

Creation June 2015 - 95 ′
From 16 years old
A show freely inspired by Chekhov's Three Sisters

Nasha Moskva - which means "our Moscow" in Russian - is the story of three contemporary beings who are projected at the heart of the tale of the Three Sisters of Chekhov. It is a mirror game between three madmen, three characters, three magnificent actors who live this moment when reality contaminates fiction.

These three play their humanity around, with and at the very heart of Chekhov's work.

Concept, direction and interpretation Marie Bos, Estelle Franco, Francesco Italiano | Co-direction Guillemette Laurent | Light Julie Petit-Etienne | Staging Nicolas Mouzet-Tagawa | Costumes Thijsje Strijpens | Technical direction Nelly Framinet | Development and diffusion BLOOM Project

Production Le Colonel Astral | Residency and creation Théâtre Océan Nord (Brussels) Support SACD and Wallonie-Bruxelles International | Aid for the takeover of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation - theater service

Acknowledgments Isabelle Pousseur, Théâtre Océan Nord and her team, without whom this show would not have been possible. Rita and Natacha Belova, Sabine Durand, Laurence Evrard, Guillaume Franco, Nicolas Luçon, Arié Mandelbaum, Dominique Roodthooft, Anne Thuot

NASHA MOSKVA - which means "our Moscow" in Russian - is the story of three contemporary beings who are projected at the heart of the story of the Three Sisters of Chekhov.

It is a mirror game between three madmen, three characters, three magnificent actors who live this moment when reality contaminates fiction. These three play their humanity around, with and at the very heart of Chekhov's work.

In addition to this, you need to know more about it.

Beginning of the 21st century: three improbable beings - Sabine, Edith and Bernard - oscillating between marginal theater lovers and patients of a psychiatric center, are deeply in love with Chekhov's work, in which they identify with each other until the merger. Putting together this play for three, playing not only the three sisters themselves, but also the eleven other characters who make it up then becomes the stake of their lives.


End of the 19th century: three orphan sisters - Olga, Macha and Irina - live in the provinces in a large house on the outskirts of a rough town.

They feel like foreigners and dream of rediscovering Moscow, the mythical place of their childhood, the original paradise where they grew up.

 
 
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PAST DATES

01/06/2015

*CREATION* Théâtre Océan Nord, Bruxelles (Be)

02 > 13/06/2015

06/07/2016

Théâtre des Doms, Avignon (Fr)

07 > 27/07/2016

17/11/2016

Le Zeppelin, Lille (Fr)

27/03/2017

Bozar, Bruxelles (Be)

16/01/2019

CANCELLED Kokolampoe Centre dramatique, Saint-Laurent-du-Maroni, Guyanne (Fr)

17 > 18/01/2019

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15/03/2021

Théâtre de La Vie, Bruxelles (Be)

16 > 20/03/2021 

29/03/2021

Centre Culturel Jean Vilar, Champigny-sur-Marne (Fr)

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20>24/09/2022

Theater of Life, Brussels (Be)