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IOTF 2021

chekhovOS /an experimental game/

Inspired by Anton Chekhov’s “The Cherry Orchard” and drawing from recordings of Chekhov’s letters and dreams, this interactive online theater experience accesses the operating system behind both Chekhov’s computer and the world in which his characters live, searching for happiness.
ONE LIVE PERFORMANCE ONLY!
Sunday, May 30 at 11:00am ET | 5:00pm CEST

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Waiting for Godot

In Wang’s online version of “Waiting for Godot,” Estragon and Vladimir are two people separated by the pandemic. Covid-19 loomed large in the production. Members of the cast and the production team were scattered in various cities in China, including the epicenter of the pandemic, Wuhan, which was still in hard lockdown. The online theater piece was live-performed and live-streamed in April 2020, drawing a record-breaking 290,000 audience to the single performance.
ONE DAY ONLY! MAY 20!

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Insulted. Belarus.

“Insulted. Belarus” draws from the controversy surrounding Alexander Lukashenko’s highly contested presidential victory in August 2020 against opponent Sviatlana Tikhanovskaya. Statements by Lukashenko and Tikhanovskaya are here interwoven with the interjections of fictional characters, portraying how citizens from all walks of life imagine the future of Belarusian society.

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Balladyna

Polish seminal Romantic verse drama “Balladyna” by Juliusz Słowacki is a starting point for creating an innovative story about how technology intertwines with loneliness, fear, obsession, love, and murder in the times of global isolation. EIGHT DAYS ONLY! MAY 24-31

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Reminiscencia

Through the delicate use of Zoom, Google Earth, and other digital tools, the author invites the viewer to discover a geographical and personal topography of Santiago. Embracing aspects of memory, territory, and emotion, “Reminiscencia” shows the power of theatre to bring people closer at a time where distance and digital presence no longer seem that far apart. SEVEN DAYS ONLY! MAY 24-30

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Pandas

Two strangers wake up in the same house. They only remember fragments of the night before. They need each other to put together this great puzzle of feelings and memories. This experience was conceived during the Covid-19 quarantine, in São Paulo, Brazil, while the artists were isolated in their homes. Adaptation of the theatrical text, “The Story of Panda Bears (told by a saxophonist who has a girlfriend in Frankfurt).”

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Borderline

Borderline is a theatrical piece that began with the research of German theater critic and playwright Jürgen Berger. Traveling between Germany, Thailand, and Korea over the past few years, Berger met people who were looking for a new place to settle down, away from their familiar homes. He conducted interviews in diverse forms and wrote a text based on them. ONE DAY ONLY! JUNE 1, 2-8 PM EST

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