You live your life the best you can and then a War breaks out in your country. The War influences you and everyone you know and there is no way anyone can ignore it. Whoever you are – a man or a woman, a child or a housewife, an artist or an elephant, alive or dead – you have to respond the way you can.
Will tomorrow ever come? Is tomorrow at all possible? Isn’t any tomorrow truly impossible during the course of today?
Xameleon Theatre presents a rehearsed reading of Tomorrow (2015) , Natalia Vorozhbyt’s play, translated by Sasha Dugdale, directed by Alice Terekhof.
Natalia Vorozhbyt is one of Ukraine’s most established playwrights. She was born in Kiev and studied at the Moscow Literary Institute. Natalia has been a member of the International Writers Program at the University of Iowa (USA) and International Playwright Residence at Royal Court Theatre (UK).
Vorozhbyt is an author of more than 20 plays, which were performed in Ukraine, Russia, Latvia, Poland, Germany, the US and the UK. In the UK her plays were performed at The Royal Court, the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Royal Exchange and the National Theatre in Scotland.