Kirill & Friends

ApocalYpse tomorrow

29 April, 20:00, Pattihio Theatre
30 April, 20:00, Pattihio Theatre
(Berlin, Germany)
Onsra (boro) — To love for the last time; the feeling that love won't last.

Putuwa (gadigal) — Warming one's hands by the fire while gently squeezing someone else's hands.

Shěnměi píláo (chinese, 审美疲劳) — Aesthetically fatigued; exposure to so much beauty that one ceases to appreciate it.
what you will feel:
what you need to know:
Apocalypse tomorrow is the first independent premiere by Kirill & Friends, a new theatre company that brings together director Kirill Serebrennikov and his colleagues. The play for this great example of physical theatre was written by playwright Mikhail Durnenkov together with the performers, director and choreographer - it is truly a team effort. Evgeny Kulagin and Ivan Estegneev have already worked with Kirill Serebrennikov on several projects; you can get an idea of what awaits you, from the trailer of the play Baroque, produced in Russia and recently reimagined for the German stage.

Six characters find themselves in the same room and learn that the apocalypse will happen in an hour. They record their last words on camera, undress, dress, want to have sex and don't want to die, call their mom, go crazy, eat earth, turn into animals, take care of each other, share the most precious things and - dance, literally for the last time.
what happens:
We’re using words from
“The Positive Lexicography Project” by Tim Lomas
We’re using words from
“The Positive Lexicography Project” by Tim Lomas

With Texts by Mikhail Durnenkov
Director: Evgeny Kulagin
Choreography: Ivan Estegneev
Set Design: Ksenia Peretrukhina
Music: Anthony Rouchier
Lighting design: Ilya Pashnin

Odin Lund Biron
Campbell Caspary
Nikita Kukushkin
Svetlana Mamresheva
Capucine Schattleitner
Adela Maharani