Nicoleta Esinencu & Jessica Glause

Dear Moldova, can we kiss just a little bit?

Part of "Good Guys Only Win in Movies"


70 min

Six people from Chişinău appear on stage for the first time to talk about their own sexual orientation or that of those close to them. Based on interviews, the consequences of outing oneself in the former Soviet republic will be explained. Extortion and intimidation, humiliation and contempt, mobbing or even losing one's job – all of this was and is part of everyday reality.   


Von: Nicoleta Esinencu & Jessica Glause / Regie: Jessica Glause / Mit: Elena Anmeghichean, Vladimir Anmeghichean, Ion Borş, Alexandru Frolov, Evgheni Gînju, Galina Murzin / Ausstattung: Pavel Braila, Pascale Martin / Lichtdesign: Jan Maria Lukas


  • Past
    Sat 8.11.2014, 21:00 / HAU3
    Sun 9.11.2014, 17:00 / HAU3


Production: Teatru Spălătorie (Chişinău).

In co-operation with Staatsschauspiel Dresden.

Supported by: Allianz Kulturstiftung, Goethe Institute, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung


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