‘I am somewhat free’ is a production directed by ‘The Golden Mask’ National Theatre Award winner Vsevolod Lisovsky. He originally comes from a legendary art company ‘Art or Death’, worked as a commissar of Moscow ‘Theatre.doc’ and he is one of Russia’s independent theatre leading figures. Among his productions are sensational ‘Uneven influences’, ‘The Silence on A Given Theme’ ‘The Silence of the Classicals’. Lisovsky observes the limitations of theatrical reality and the nature of theatre art, and anthropologist of art in some way.
‘I am somewhat free’ is his production for Theatre post company, based on a play by Pavel Priazhko, a distinguished dramatist of Belorussian origins. Written in 2012, ‘I Am Free’ is one of Priazhko’s most radical plays: it consists of 535 pictures with 13 short captions. Deliberately simplified and amateur-stylized, these pictures are snaps of ordinary life, which is Priazhko’s favourite topic.