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The inspiration for the play is the big American dancer Isadora Duncan who lived in the early 20th century. The action takes place with the arrival in Moscow of Isadora and her meeting with the great Russian poet Sergei Yesenin…
Libreto, choreography and directed by: МА Olga Pango
Music by: Kaliopi Bukle
Set and costume design by: Blagoj Micevski
Isadora: Sasha Eftimova
Yesenin: Igor Velanoski
Me Isadora: Marija Josifovska Ristovska
Dafina Daniloska, Biljana Basmadzieva, Marina Anastasovska, Stefan Kochevski
The inspiration for the play is the big American dancer Isadora Duncan who lived in the early 20th century. The action takes place with the arrival in Moscow of Isadora and her meeting with the great Russian poet Sergei Yesenin. He admires Isidora and his courtship arouses passion in her. Their relationship ends in marriage, and the partnership is supported by physical attraction, nonconformism which manifests their art and the idea of equality of all people (communism).
They are not silent social beings, but noisy beasts whose work always, without exception, lifts large dust. Because of that, their life is under constant surveillance from the public eye. Yesenin’s poetic geniality enters in the shadow of indifference and his fondness for alcohol. Due to the low ethics he falls into the arms of other women, scandals that are notice by the public. Isidora battles with him and the society. She begins to wonder: ,, What am I doing here? “,, Who am I?” ,, Art or love? “She no longer wants to waste herself in this barren land and decides to leave and to leave Yesenin. Experiences relief, and against it he remains alone in the company of alcohol. It is left with nothing but to binge drinking, and after a long searchhe gets the image of ,, The black man “and that is his end.