Talking to a woman is as important as breathing.
Being heard is no less valuable than seeing.
And the need for community service is sometimes even stronger than the need for a family.
“A woman is not a spoon, ate, washed, and ate again. A woman is a human, a part of society”.
But when such advocates of justice gathers in an entire society, what kind of work can we talk about? If your colleague is cheated on by your husband, and your neighbor has an affair with the secretary of her better half.
Who needs everyday cares if a monument is not built for them? It is another matter to help the unfortunate tribe of Manjuko, who suffered from the cruelty of the tyrant Chung Chang.
These and other problems are incredibly troubling to the members of the glorious association “OBEZH”, Society of Yugoslav Emancipated Women.
The play, based on the play of the Serbian comedywright Branislav Nušić, has become one of the most successful performances in Kiev mid 80’s of the last century (directed by Irina Molostova). And collected a sold-out record number of times.
Today we offer our own version!
Performance language - Ukrainian
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Translation by Zoryana Guk