During its 36 years, the Turkish Cypriot Municipal Theatre of Nicosia has collaborated with Satirikon Theatre on many theatre productions, including the staging of Peace by Aristophanes, directed by Yasar Ersoy in 1987, and Shut Up and Do Your Job by Haldun Taner, directed by Yasar Ersoy in 2003.
The Missing, also written and directed by Ummanel, was performed at Satirikon Theatre -- and at the Rialto theatre in Limassol -- last year.
But the punkish, strangely exuberant anger behind Butusov's repeated appearances on stage--and indeed behind every element of this strenuous and sensuous production at Moscow's Satirikon
Theatre--feels authentic, deep-rooted, barely in control, as if a lid had been lifted over a raging furnace.
A journalist at Novyi satirikon had the hero of his feuilleton express the firm conviction "that the Germans are an inferior race that has taken from the beasts only their bad qualities and from people only conveniences [i.e., practical and technical knowledge]." (43) Likewise, the editors of Russkii invalid opined that "depictions of the sufferings of martyred Russian prisoners can only inspire race hatred." (44)
Filippowa, "Von der Witzfigur zum Untermenschen: Die Deutschen in den Kriegsausgaben von 'Nowyj Satirikon' und 'Krokodil,'" in Verfuhrungen der Gewalt, 267-96.
1978-2008 [exhibition of satirical drawings from the cultural centre in Legnica, Poland] Until June 1
He moved to St Petersburg in 1913 where he contributed to journals such as Satirikon
and became art director of the humour weekly Bich.
There is an equivalent in Russian humorous literature: a parody history textbook Universal History as Reworked by 'Satirikon', published in 1910-11.
(1) In the years 1910-11 the Russian satirical weekly Satirikon published a parody history textbook Universal History as Reworked by 'Satirikon'.
(5) This description of 1066 and All That fits the Universal History as Reworked by 'Satirikon' so perfectly that it may be purloined as a means of definition.
A context of 'passionate disillusion', premonition of end of empire, and its representation through end-of-pier burlesque can be identified as key also to Universal History as Reworked by 'Satirikon'.
The theatrical play, which has already had its premier at the Satirikon
Theatre in Nicosia, refers to the tragic events of the past sixty years in Cyprus in a confessional manner, while also focusing on the future of the island.