We’ve been creating for 17 years and have an impressive list of more than 50 shows!
Many of them have been recognised by world media, critics, cultural and political leaders. Some of them received awards, succeeded to make a change, or foresee the future. As for example, one of the latests shows predicted the war Russia started in Ukraine.
You are welcome to find more about them below. Enjoy!
Welfare is the first play from Mariya Bialkovich, directed by Yulia Shevchuk, both long-standing BFT ensemble members.
A deeply personal retelling of the revolution in Ukraine, where creators Mark and Marichka Marczyk met and fell in love on the barricades of Maidan Square in Kiev in 2014.
Reykjavik ’74 by contemporary Polish playwright Marta Sakolowska, directed by Yura Divakov, tells of lives destroyed by the criminal justice system.
In a major policy shift, the government has announced a moratorium on funding for performing arts organisations Australia-wide. The Trustees of Melbourne’s fictional Lone Pine Theatre Company gather to assess the damage.
DerMagenFinDelMöön – Stories by Kharms
It is a theatrical staging of 15 short stories by the early Soviet-era’s leading avant-gardist and absurdist writer, Daniil Kharms, in a directorial debut from one of BFT’s most senior ensemble members, Pavel Horodnitski.
Koan is a contemporary dance work created by BFT’s choreographer and senior ensemble member, Mariya Sazonova, inspired by Samuel Beckett’s great masterwork, Waiting for Godot.