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!
Provocative and urgent, Trash Cuisine pierces the imagination with moments of the darkest humour as it challenges the ongoing existence of capital punishment in the contemporary world.
King Lear, Shakespeare's great play about speaking the truth was one of the highlights of 2012's Globe to Globe Festival (part of the World Shakespeare Festival, itself part of the 2012 Cultural Olympiad).
Shy Gypsies is a dramatic monologue created by members of BFT’s theatre laboratory, Fortinbras, the only independent arts school in Belarus.
Minsk, 2011: A Reply to Kathy Acker
Created one year later "Minsk, 2011: A Reply to Kathy Acker", a partner piece of New York ’79, is both a love letter to a country that has lost its way and a raw examination of the legacy of scars of repression in the Belarusian capital where sexual freedoms are oppressed and perverted by the author
On the blessed, blind and sucking
Set in a one-room apartment on the outskirts of Minsk, the production centres around a young girl called Zhenya as she sets out to uncover the secret histories of her own family.
A Flower for Pina Bausch
A Flower for Pina Bausch takes its inspiration from the words of its namesake, the incomparable artist who once said: “I’m not interested in how people move, I wonder what makes them tick”.