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“What is the truth? What I see now or what I will see three weeks later? Which one is real?”
Every woman has these thoughts every month. Let’s finally talk about the subject we were tough to be quiet about. You experience oratorio for choir, heroine and male voice in the tradition of Greek Tragedy, discourse on the connection of women with nature, society, men and the cosmic circle.
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Fool House

August 02, 2021
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  1. TRAGEDY OF THE MENSTRUAL CYCLE Based on Olga Shilaeva’s play

    ”28 days”
  2. Synopsis Every woman has these thoughts every month. Let’s finally

    talk about the subject we were tough to be quiet about. You experience oratorio for choir, heroine and male voice in the tradition of Greek Tragedy, discourse on the connection of women with nature, society, men and the cosmic circle. 18+
  3. A young woman confronts her biology, abusive partner, and patriarchal

    society. She realizes the endless complexity of her nature and the tragedy of discriminating world. She does it through self-compassion and empathy towards everything surrounding her.
  4. Narrative themes

  5. • Structural and scenic traditions of Ancient Greek tragedy •

    Chorus and three main actors • Modern and traditional folk musical instruments • Mix of speech, songs and hymns • Russian avant-garde inspired stage design Principles
  6. Aesthetics

  7. Social impact The play is a reflection on female physiology

    and psychology. It raises the problem of sex discrimination, and violence. It is meant to bring awareness to the complexity of the subject. It serves as a platform for dissolving stereotypes and fighting long- time stigma.
  8. Testimonials

  9. Testimonials It is amazing how the entire woman's life could

    fit into a short one-hour play. This play is a life-changing experience for many. I had a feeling as if the performance had been completely copied from my thoughts, feelings, memories & pain. So useful and even life-changing for many it could be to see this “concentrate of life”, compressed into just one hour. Catharsis - is the term that describes my feelings about the play precisely. Thank you for showing it like it is, to everyone. Thank you for speaking on behalf of those who’s voice is quiet. Thank you for speaking up. For me, it was both therapy and a challenge to have an honest conversation with myself. It was аn art therapy session , a journey through the woman’s anatomy, a call to fight with some healthy dose of satire and so much more.
  10. Proposal

  11. Target audience

  12. About Fool House. Art Collective

  13. About Fool House. Art Collective Who we are and what

    we do We are a group of likeminded people who are curious about life, which we explore through art. We belong to the world and are open to experiencing different cultures, dive into traditions and rituals, societal groups, and different historical periods. Our first and last goal is to actively participate in the act of creation. Since the conception of the Fool House Art Collective in the winter of 2021, we have executed our ideas in various ways. We have directed and performed two theater plays - “Dogs” and “28” - organized workshops, music events, performed at private parties, and gathered for drama readings in local city parks.
  14. Contact us foolhouseoregon@gmail.com www.foolhouse.online @housefoolofart www.facebook.com/groups/foolhouseartcollective/