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Uzbek Theater Stages a Multicultural Play

Ilkhom Theater, perhaps the only genuinely independent theater in Uzbekistan, has staged Henrik Ibsen‘s well-known 1881 play Ghosts. As Sanjar writes [ru] on NewEurasia.net, the staging is a multicultural effort:

Just imagine, it is a classic Norwegian play, staged [in Uzbekistan] by a Turkmen director, featuring Uzbek, Russian, and American actors, staged in Russian, with support from the Indian Academy of Dramatic Arts – you cannot miss this cultural ‘mix'!

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