Machines replace us. Machines take our places.
People, hiding from loneliness and depression, find solace in artificial intelligence that seems endowed with human traits. But is not human.
The play Navigator by Georgian author Lasha Bugadze is a symbol of infantilism.
The protagonist, being already an adult, remains a boy. He did not love, was not a rebel, did not lead the football team. And the levels of adulting must pass everyone, even if he is already over forty.
To love the navigator, to find in his feminine voice a like-minded person – a cry of despair or madness? Director Tamara Trunova explores why people stop noticing each other and why they are separated from society.
Performance language - Ukrainian
Additional Information -
Translated by Tamara Trunova and Avtandil Varsimashvili
2 hours with intermission
Genre - Attempt to love
Author - Lasha Bugadze
Director - Tamara Trunova
Set Designer - Maria Pogrebnyak
Music - Alexander Kuriy
Lighting Designer - Sergey Nevgadovsky
Video - Alexander Bratinov
Sound Engineer - Sergey Shevchenko
Stage Managers - Lyubov Skirko
- Sofia Lyudvichenko