After surviving a series of disasters, the remaining descendants of humanity find themselves in a post-societal world following the death of capitalism, opera, and philosophy. Wandering amongst the ruins of nuclear power plants, abandoned churches, theaters, and galleries, they try to recreate lost civilization through archeological performance-rituals, universal symbols, and signs which are ultimately misinterpreted and gradually dissolve into the white noise of nature.
DIRECTED BY Roman Grygoriv and Illia Razumeiko
PRODUCED BY Olga Diatel (PROTO PRODUKCIIA) and Georg Stecker (MUSIKTHEATERTAGE WIEN)
COMPOSED BY Roman Grygoriv and Illia Razumeiko
LIBRETTO BY Yurii Izdryk, Publii Ovidii Nazon, Ivan Kotlyarevskyy, Illia Razumeiko
Chornobyldorf was made possible through generous support during various periods of its development by the House of Europe program, Ukrainian Cultural Foundation, European cultural foundation, Be Strong project, and MitOst e.V. Additional funding provided through the Trust for Mutual Understanding.