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‘Holding people liable for stating the facts’: his father (a veteran of the Second Chechen War) is also a portrait of Russian masculinity
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Moscow's Alexander Kudryashov Theater Company is an independent troupe staging low-cost plays for intimate audiences. Inside the company, Alexander Kudryashov plays the "roles" of playwright, director, and actor. His new play, "Bye, Dad," tells the story of his late father, a veteran of the Second Chechen War. And it's a rare example of theater that feels appropriate in wartime. It's also a remarkably candid work, even though the author himself avoids speaking of his feelings. Theater critic Anton Khitrov shares his thoughts about the play. Original Article: https://meduza.io/en/feature/2022/05/27/bye-dad