PHOTO: Dirty Deal Teatro study of two family morals

Photo by Aivars Ivbulis

"Dirty Deal Teatro" was premiered by Tragicomedy Club Paradise, composed by playwright Justin Kļava and director Paul Plavniec.

The show tells of four ladies who share not only related ties but also business and personal failures.

Four young women meet in a co-created "paradise" that has transformed from a dream of family business into an insolvency nightmare. Solving problems with tax debts reveals that their parents did not have business equipment in the nineties.

Justin Kļava, the dramaturge of the exhibition, says that "it's basically a family study as an institution in dual morality in economically challenging conditions." We studied how women as a generation promote the freedom and nobility of their male counterparts, or the feeling of helplessness, regardless of their nature and feelings being forced to act in accordance with the notion of "true old man".

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The creative team consists of playwright Justine Kļava, director Paula Pļavniece, artist Kate Krolle, sound engineer Jēkabs Nīmanis, light artist Julia Bondarenko and actress Samira Adgezal, Anastasia Rekuta Georgeski, Liena Shmukste and Elina Vaska.

The Club Paradise concert will be held on 7, 8 and 12 November and on 17, 18 and 20 December. 19th place

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