Gothenburg Fringe Festival 2023: Ira Serebriakova | City Where Hares Live
"City where Hares Live" is a collection of short tales meant to be read aloud. The tales show Swedish city inhabitants in different seasons of the year. There are hares, lizards, squirrels, birds, and also humans interacting with each other and the world. When we read a Wikipedia article about any city, its population is always mentioned, but only the number of people living in the city is provided. "City where Hares Live" is an attempt to show the city population in a more detailed and varied way. If we discover the city for real, not only humans live there, and humans do not always even make a majority.
Length: 60 min
Based in: Ukraine
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