Belarus Free Theatre's

Being Harold Pinter

February 17 - 21, 2011

Upstairs at Chicago Shakespeare

A World's Stage Production
from Belarus
adapted and directed by Vladimir Scherban
produced by Nikolai Khalezin
and Natalia Koliada

Pavel Haradnitski


Pavel Haradnitski has received international acclaim for his performances with Belarus Free Theatre (BFT) in We. Self-identification by Pavel Priazhko, Konstantin Steshik and Pavel Rassolko; Technique of Breathing in a Vacuum by Natalia Moshina; Belliwood by Pavel Priazhko, Being Harold Pinterbased on works by Harold Pinter; Panties by Pavel Priazhko; 11 Vests by Edward Bond; Scissors by Dea Loreh; Childhood Legends (from Zone of Silence) based on true stories adapted by Konstantin Steshik; Others (from Zone of Silence); Numbers(from Zone of Silence); Eurepica. ChallengeA Flower for Pina BauschNew York ’79; and Discover Love. He studied at the Belarusian State University of Culture under V. Mazynski, where he performed his first role in Prince Mamabuk at V. Mazynski’s Free Stage Theatre. Mr. Haradnitski performs in the band RSP (vocals and flute). He has been has been arrested for his professional activities and banned from applying for any official job in Belarus because of his cooperation with BFT.

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