Poltava branch of the Social Service of Ukraine

Poltava branch of the Social Service of Ukraine together with partner Poltava theater laboratory has implemented the use of documentary drama to solve social problems in the framework of "Theatre of the modern dialogue as a tool for solving social problems." 

It created a documentary play about the problems faced by immigrants from areas ATO and local community called "GoldCity" To help create a documentary productions were invited well-known contemporary playwrights and directors who shared their experience in documentary theater, talked about the importance and workings of this theatrical direction.

A master-class was held by team of Ukrainian artists who created the documentary play "gray zone". This playwrights - Dan and Jan Humenna, director - Galina Dzhykayeva and Anton Romanov. They conducted training for actors and show performance "homeguardsman" (main role is Galina Dzhykayeva) as an example of Ukrainian documental drama. 

The project met with Ukrainian playwright Natalia modern mediums and film director, actor - George Zeno. Natalia together with Andriy Maem and  Maris Nikitiuk launched movement "Ukrainian new drama." George Zeno concerned about development in Ukraine, an active volunteer work.  Mykolayiv installation "Fear in Ukraine" Zheno already demonstrated in several European cities. He also created a project to attract European volunteers Hands & Hearts for Ukraine. The latest work Zheno and playwright N.Vorozhbyt - "My Mykolaivka" consisting of stories of students, was shown in June in Lviv, in the framework of the National Forum "DONKULT - Art bowels."

The "Theater of modern dialogue - as a tool for solving social problems" is part of the national project "From creation to destruction. Ways of reconciliation in Ukrainian society " that performs Institute for International Cooperation of the German Adult Aducation Association of Public Universities of German DVVInternational and Information and Research Center " Integration and Development ", supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Germany.