(from ukr. TseSho  — What’s That)

TseSho is the unique cabaret project combining drama theatre, puppet theatre, live music, poetry.

It is the cooperation of Ukrainian director Vladyslav Troitskyi and a group of five young Ukrainian actors.

TseSho was founded by Vladyslav Troitskyi in 2016.

TseSho searches the new ways of expression by combining different arts.  Actors play the situations, make sketches with puppets, play instruments, sing, use the poetry.

Music has no framed genre and contains folklore songs, children’s rhymes, specific sounds, old and contemporary poetry, own texts, world news, posts from Facebook, own memories and dreams.

As all participants are not musicians but they are actors, so music is born like the word in the role — through feelings and sense.

Actors play cello, doublebass, accordion, saxophone, melodica and drums.

In the performance TseSho talks about the dialogue with yourself, about the strange connection with «you internal» and «you external», about memories from childhood,  about how children perceive different things such as loneliness, loss, relations

between adults, war and which influence does it has on the destiny?

Also there are reflections about the relations between people in the contemporary time, about the generations and about calling of every human.

Why do we live right now? What does our generation mean in the worlds’ destiny?

What can we change? Is it worth to try to change something in the world, which is not perfect?

The performance is about important and deep things but it is still simple and touching.


TseSho?/What’s That? — Millennium Stage
(October 16, 2018)

ЦеШо – Alone