Holodomor- Red Earth. Hunger
Set in 1933, Holodomor is an original surrealist tale of terror, seduction, tragic absurdity, and redemption. At the height of the genocidal Terror Famine, brutally introduced by Stalin to collectivize Ukrainian farms, three starving strangers- a woman, her infant and an embittered man- meet at a lonely crossroad. An unlikely relationship grows. Holodomor derives from the word for hunger, "holod" and "mor" extermination.
Starring acclaimed vocalists, Tenor John Duykers and Soprano Laura Bohn.
Tod Fitzpatrick, baritone
Eric Brenner, counter-tenor
Melissa Weaver, stage director
Virko Baley, conductor, composer
The Gerald W. Lynch Theater- John Jay College (View)
524 West 59th Street
New York, NY 10019