New Play in St. Petersburg about the Murder of Anti-Fascist Activist Timur Kacharava

posted 13 Dec 2011, 03:42 by Rights in Russia   [ updated 13 Dec 2011, 13:56 ]
Source: (info), 12/12/11 

· Human rights education  · Racism & xenophobia  · St Petersburg & Leningrad region 

On 12 and 13 December St. Petersburg’s Baltic House theatre is putting on a new play, Antibodies, as part of a project called ‘Documentary Theatre in St. Petersburg’. The play is about the 2005 killing of the anti-fascist activist Timur Kacharava. 

The play’s text is made from actual interviews with Timur’s mother and his girlfriend, and also with others including the mother of the person convicted of his murder, the investigator, leaders of leftwing and rightwing groups, and witnesses of the killing. These are the real fates of real people that make up the living tapestry of the play Antibodies, Rosbalt News Agency reports. [Read more]