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I’M NOT AFRAID

About the project

Actors of the VOZDUKH Center study the topic of fear and frankly talk about their own, passing their stories to viewers. Without masks, without a pose – honestly and directly.

Perhaps the audience will also want to convey their story to the actors? Who can say: “I’m not afraid?”

Beat or run,
Overcome or give up.
To be afraid or not to be afraid.
The Be present or elude.
I’m not afraid
I’m not afraid
I’m not afraid
I’m not afraid

I’m not afraid
We repeat this phrase so often, so often we believe in it, so often we grab for it so much that we can not look around and see what surrounds us apart from it. What is hidden behind it is real life, the one that happens around and inside us, and it is not always what we would like to see it.

Actors of the VOZDUKH project study the topic of fear and frankly talk about their own, passing their stories to viewers. Without masks, without a pose – honestly and directly. Actors loose real stories, plunging into them through improvisation of the body.

Dive and stay. Immersion and overcoming. Dive and presence. Perhaps the audience will also want to convey their story to the actors? Who can say: “I’m not afraid?”

PROJECT AUTHOR: Alexander Chusov

Age restriction 16+

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