Shakespeare Days in Ukraine 2018

Timeline created by Natalia Gutaruk
  • Zaporizhzhia: Festival "Multimedia Shakespeare 2018" Coordinator: Yu. Malafai

    Zaporizhzhia: Festival "Multimedia Shakespeare 2018" Coordinator: Yu. Malafai
    Regional Festival of Sudents’ Power Point Presentations
    Aim: popularization of W. Shakespeare's heritage among Zaporizhzhia High School students.
    Organisators: Ukrainian Shakespeare Centre, Zaporizhzhia Department of Science and Education, Classic Private University
  • Mykolaiv: 19.00 Mykolaiv Academic Russian Drama Theatre“Twelfth Night” by Olha Ternova

    Mykolaiv: 19.00 Mykolaiv Academic Russian Drama Theatre“Twelfth Night” by Olha Ternova
  • Mykolaiv: Interview on staging “Twelfth Night”

    Mykolaiv: Interview on staging “Twelfth Night”
    The interview of Professor O. Pronkevych with the director of Kharkiv Theatre “Na Zhukah” Olga Ternova on staging “Twelfth Night” at Mykolaiv Academic Russian Drama Theatre
    https://chmnu.edu.ua/mikolayivska-shekspiriana-pro-porozhnechi-biografiyi-mittsya/
  • Zaporizhzhia: Start of the project “Nice to meet you, William Shakespeare!”

    Zaporizhzhia: Start of the project “Nice to meet you, William Shakespeare!”
    The international school project "Nice to Meet You, William Shakespeare!" based on eTwinning platform
    Aim: to popularize heritage of W. Shakespeare among pupils, to trigger their intrinsic motivation to learn and discover interesting facts connected with W. Shakespeare
    Coordinator: N. Hutaruk (Zaporizkiy Sichoviy Colegium)
  • Dnipro: 12.40 Public lecture by Professor T. Potnitseva at Oles Honchar Dnipro National University

    Dnipro: 12.40 Public lecture  by Professor T. Potnitseva at Oles Honchar Dnipro National University
    "Everything Is New In The Old Monologue"
  • Dnipro: 14.00 Workshop on Hamlet's Monologue Translation by Professor T. Potnitseva at Oles Honchar Dnipro National University

    Dnipro: 14.00 Workshop on  Hamlet's Monologue Translation by Professor T. Potnitseva at Oles Honchar Dnipro National University
    Scholars felt doubts in the accuracy of the traditional and thus mostly accustomed interpretation of the sacred “to be or not to be” not once. Quite evidently these doubts appeared at a students’ seminar on artistic translation in the process of word for word translation and its comparison with a variety of professional translators’ variants both in Russian and Ukrainian languages.
  • Zaporizhzhia: "Hamlet Forever" Film Discussion

    Zaporizhzhia: "Hamlet Forever" Film Discussion
    Student discussion of the film “Hamlet Forever” at Classic Private university.
    Organisators: Ukrainian Shakespeare Centre https://youtu.be/HO8ts5k3uDs
  • Kyiv: Colloquium "Dialogue Beyond The Ages" by Professor Yuriy Kovbasenko at Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University

    Kyiv: Colloquium "Dialogue Beyond The Ages" by Professor Yuriy Kovbasenko at Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University
    by Professor Yuriy Kovbasenko at Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University
  • Mykolaiv: Theatre Reviews Contest

    Mykolaiv: Theatre Reviews Contest
    Theatre Reviews Contest held among the students of Petro Mohyla Black Sea National University.
    Aim: to involve the students into the critical evaluation process concerning modern interpretations of Shakespeare's play "Twelfth Night"
    The best English-language reviews are to be presented on the International Theatre Reviews site https://playstosee.com
    The best Ukrainian-language reviews are to be published on the pages of national journals dealing with Theatre and Literature Studies
  • Mykolaiv: 12:30, Interview with Professor N. Torkut (the Director of the Ukrainian Shakespeare Centre)

    Mykolaiv: 12:30, Interview with Professor  N. Torkut (the Director of the Ukrainian Shakespeare Centre)
    Watching and disputing on the interview with N. Torkut (the Director of the Ukrainian Shakespeare Centre).
    Moderator: PhD H. Kolesnyk
    Interview record: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2AME8fK-BtM&list=PLlRRgZ43NI5GIBMnsg517WWA2mc0jpa9-&index=2
  • Ternopil: "Nice to Meet You, William Shakespeare" Workshop for students

    Ternopil: "Nice to Meet You, William Shakespeare" Workshop for students
    E-Twinning Project Presentation
    Coordinator: N. Hutaruk
    https://www.facebook.com/sichovyikolegium/posts/370145246813304
  • Zaporizhzhia: 18.00 "The Taming of the Shrew" at New Theatre

    Zaporizhzhia: 18.00 "The Taming of the Shrew" at New Theatre
  • Zaporizhzhia: Theatre Reviews Contest Coordinator: PhD K. Skakun

    Zaporizhzhia: Theatre Reviews Contest  Coordinator: PhD K. Skakun
    Theatre Reviews Contest held among the students of Zaporizhzhia National University, Zaporizhzhia National Technical University, Classic Private University.
    The best English-language reviews are to be presented on the International Theatre Reviews site https://playstosee.com
    The best Ukrainian-language reviews are to be published on the pages of national journals dealing with Theatre and Literature Studies
  • Mykolaiv: 18:00, Cinema Club RealityShiftCinema, “Shakespeare: The Animated Tales”

    Mykolaiv: 18:00, Cinema Club RealityShiftCinema, “Shakespeare: The Animated Tales”
  • Mykolaiv: 12:30, Public lecture by PhD O. Filonenko at Petro Mohyla Black Sea University.

    Mykolaiv: 12:30, Public lecture by PhD O. Filonenko at Petro Mohyla Black Sea University.
    Topic: “Magic in “The Tempest” by W. Shakespeare”
  • Mykolaiv: 14:00, Announcement of the Theatre Reviews Contest Results

    Mykolaiv: 14:00, Announcement of the Theatre Reviews Contest Results
  • Kyiv: Public lecture by Professor N. Vysotska at Kyiv National Linguistic University

    Kyiv: Public lecture by Professor N. Vysotska at Kyiv National Linguistic University
    Topic: “Shakespearean "Text" in Contemporary American Drama”
  • Zaporizhzhia: 10.40 Workshop "Shakespeare in Love" by PhD V.Marinesko

    Zaporizhzhia: 10.40 Workshop "Shakespeare in Love"  by PhD V.Marinesko
    Workshop "Shakespeare in Love": Creating Alternative Subtitles in Ukrainian
    Coordinator: PhD V.Marinesko
    For students of Classic Private University and Zaporizhia National Technical University
  • Kyiv: 16.00 Public Lecture of Prof. M. Strikha For The Participants Of The Ukrainian Students' Competition in Translation Studies at Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv

    Kyiv: 16.00 Public Lecture of  Prof. M. Strikha For The Participants Of The Ukrainian Students'  Competition in Translation Studies at Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv
    Topic: "Exiled Translators and Exiled Translations: Some of the Episodes
    of the Ukrainian Shakespeareana"
    Location: Institute of Philology, Taras Shevchenko National University of
    Kyiv
  • Mykolaiv: 18:00, Cinema Club RealityShiftCinema, “Shakespeare: The Animated Tales”

    Mykolaiv: 18:00, Cinema Club RealityShiftCinema, “Shakespeare: The Animated Tales”
  • Dnipro: 12.40 Shakespeare Translating Contest Among University Students

    Dnipro: 12.40 Shakespeare Translating Contest Among University Students
    Moderators: PhD A. Levchenko , PhD A.Maxiutenko
  • Dnipro: Public discussion „Hamlet Alive: Eternal Topicality of the Tragedy”

    Dnipro: Public discussion „Hamlet Alive: Eternal Topicality of the Tragedy”
    Participants: university students
    Moderator: Professor T. Potnitseva
    Aim: watching and discussing the film "Hamlet Forever" by Kharkiv studio
    "Doc Kino Transformazija" in which Ukrainian journalist V. Chystilin is
    taking an interview with literary scholar and priest V. Marynchak on
    axiological value of Shakespeare's "Hamlet" for our contemporaries. https://youtu.be/HO8ts5k3uDs
  • Lviv: 15:00,Public Lecture by Professor O. Bandrovska at Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Room 434

    Lviv: 15:00,Public Lecture by Professor O. Bandrovska at  Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Room 434
    Public lecture "The Major Political Lessons of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar“ Political overthrow, its consequences, the motives of conspiracy participants, the effects of charismatic individual leadership, the roles of people and political elite are the issues that resonated with Shakespeare’s contemporaries and remain relevant today. Julius Caesar reflects playwright’s deep concern with these political problems.
  • Zaporizhzhia: "Multimedia Shakespeare" Contest Results Announcement

    Zaporizhzhia: "Multimedia Shakespeare" Contest Results Announcement
  • Kyiv: Panel session by Professor T. Mykhed at National Pedagogical Dragomanov University

    Kyiv: Panel session by Professor T. Mykhed at National Pedagogical Dragomanov University
    Topic: “#NoFearShakespeare #canon #ua”
  • Kharkiv: Panel Discussion on the film "Hamlet Forever" at Karazin Kharkiv National University

    Kharkiv: Panel Discussion on the film "Hamlet Forever" at Karazin Kharkiv National University
    Discussion of the film " Hamlet Forever" Visiting guests:

    literary scholar and priest V. Marynchak;
    journalist and producer V. Chystilin;
    director V. Konovalov Participants; students and teaching staff of Karazin Kharkiv National University
    Coordinator: A. Krasnyashchyh http://www-philology.univer.kharkov.ua/katedras/katedra_zarub_lit.html
  • Ternopil: Public Discussion ‘Who Are You, Mister Shakespeare?’

    Ternopil: Public Discussion ‘Who Are You, Mister Shakespeare?’
    Aim: Watching and discussing the Interview with N.Torkut (the Director of the Ukrainian Shakespeare Centre)
    Participants: students of Faculty of Philology and Journalism; students of Faculty of Foreign Languages
    Moderators: Professors Mariana and Zoriana Lanovyk, Ternopil Volodymyr Hnatiuk National Pedagogical University
  • Ternopil: The Contest of Students Essays ‘Shakespeare Question’: Is the Author’s Personality the Dominant Factor for His Works Interpretation?

    Ternopil: The Contest of Students Essays ‘Shakespeare Question’: Is the Author’s Personality the Dominant Factor for His Works Interpretation?
    Participants: students of Faculty of Philology and Journalism; students of Faculty of Foreign
    Moderators: Professors Mariana and Zoriana Lanovyk, Ternopil Volodymyr Hnatiuk National Pedagogical University
  • Zaporizhzhia: Entertaining program “Much Ado About Shakespeare” Coordinatior PhD B.Korneliuk

    Zaporizhzhia: Entertaining program “Much Ado About Shakespeare” Coordinatior PhD B.Korneliuk
    Entertaining program “Much Ado About Shakespeare” with the ceremony of announcements.
    Coordinator PhD. B.Korneliuk
  • Lviv: 12:00, Video Conference and Discussion “William Shakespeare as a Man of Ideas for All Times” at Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, room 405

    Lviv: 12:00, Video Conference and Discussion “William Shakespeare as a Man of Ideas for All Times” at Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, room 405
    Video conference run by Academic Seminar “The Space of Literature”
    (coordinator Prof. O. Bandrovska) and Ukrainian Shakespeare Centre
    (director Prof. N. Torkut)
    Topic: “William Shakespeare as a Man of Ideas for All Times”
    Moderator: PhD Iryna Senchuk
    Participants: Prof. Nataliya Torkut (Classic Private University,
    Zaporizhzhia), students of the Faculty of Foreign Languages, Ivan Franko
    National University of Lviv
  • Lviv: 11.00 Panel Discussion “Shakespeare In Ukrainian Media Discourse”

    Lviv: 11.00 Panel Discussion “Shakespeare In  Ukrainian Media Discourse”
    Moderator: PhD Olha Kvasnytsia
    Panel presentation by Associate professor Olha Kvasnytsia “Shakespeare in modern Ukrainian media discourse: presence or exclusion? ”
    Key – speakers: master students S. Bozhyk, O. Besarab, A. Monchuk, A. Mozhova etc.
    Aim: studying reflection of W. Shakespeare's heritage in Ukrainian mass media
    Coordinators: Ukrainian Shakespeare Centre and The Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Department of Journalism.
  • Zaporizhzhia: Workshop “Shakespeare Studies for School Students”

    Zaporizhzhia:  Workshop “Shakespeare Studies for School Students”
    oordinator: PhD, Associated Professor Daria Moskvitina, Zaporizhzhia State Medical University A talk with school teachers of English and World Literature about possible strategies and outcomes of involving high school students into Shakespeare-related research
  • Mykolaiv: 18:00, Cinema Club RealityShiftCinema, “Shakespeare: The Animated Tales”

    Mykolaiv: 18:00, Cinema Club RealityShiftCinema, “Shakespeare: The Animated Tales”
  • Lviv: "Romeo and Juliette" at the First Theatre

    Lviv: "Romeo and Juliette" at the First Theatre
  • Lviv: The interview with the director of the Shakespeare Institute Michael Dobson

     Lviv: The interview  with the director of the Shakespeare Institute Michael Dobson
    The interview of Doctor of Philosophy Olha Kvasnytsia
    with the director of the Shakespeare Institute Michael Dobson
  • Lviv: 12:00, Public lecture by Professor M. Dobson at Lviv National University named after Ivan Franko

    Lviv: 12:00, Public lecture by Professor M. Dobson at Lviv National University named after Ivan Franko
    Topic: “Nationalisms, national theatres, and the return of “Julius Caesar” 2012-18”
  • Lviv: 19:00, “Twelfth night”at Lviv Les Kurbas Academic Theatre

    Lviv: 19:00,  “Twelfth night”at Lviv Les Kurbas Academic Theatre
    The action of comedy takes place in a fictional country - Illyria. The ruler of Illyria, the Duke of Orsino, is in love with Countess Olivia. The countess in mourning for the death of her brother and father. At the same time, the twins - brother and sister Sebastian and Viola, shipwrecked, found themselves in Illyria and lost each other.
    https://www.kurbas.lviv.ua/vistavi/12nich/
  • Zaporizhzhia: 19:00, «Richard ІІІ» by Ivan Franko National Academic Drama Theatre

    Zaporizhzhia: 19:00, «Richard ІІІ» by Ivan Franko National Academic Drama Theatre
  • Ivano-Frankivsk: 19:00, “Hamlet” staged by the theatre “I Lyudy, I Lyalky (Both People and Puppets)”

    Ivano-Frankivsk: 19:00, “Hamlet” staged by the theatre “I Lyudy, I Lyalky (Both People and Puppets)”
  • Poltava: The Third Shakespeare Fest Coordinator O. Sutula

    Poltava: The Third Shakespeare Fest Coordinator O. Sutula
    Intellectual contest among the students of village schools in Karlivka District (Poltava Region)
  • Ternopil: Best Sonnet/Verse Recitation Contest

    Ternopil: Best Sonnet/Verse Recitation Contest
    Moderators: PhD Liudmyla Babiy, PhD Maryanna Natsiuk, PhD Olha Ladyka
    Jury: Prof. Lanovyk Mariana, Prof. Zadorozhna Iryna, PhD Liudmyla Babiy, PhD Maryanna Natsiuk, PhD Olha Ladyka
  • Ternopil: Panel Discussion and Quiz “Shakespeare: Known and Unknown”.

    Ternopil: Panel Discussion and Quiz “Shakespeare: Known and Unknown”.
    Moderators: PhD Liudmyla Babiy, PhD Iryna Oliinyk
    The participants will present reports about Shakespeare, his biography and works.
    The aim of the event is to raise awareness about Shakespeare’s biography and works, to encourage students to do their own research of Shakespeare’s legacy.
    Participants: 1-3 year students.
  • Ivano-Frankivsk: 18:00, “Hamlet” by Ivano-Frankivsk Academic Music and Drama Theatre named after Ivan Franko

    Ivano-Frankivsk: 18:00, “Hamlet” by Ivano-Frankivsk Academic Music and Drama Theatre named after Ivan Franko
  • Ternopil: Results Announcement for The Contest of Students Essays ‘Shakespeare Question’: Is the Author’s Personality the Dominant Factor for His Works Interpretation?

    Ternopil: Results Announcement for The Contest of Students Essays ‘Shakespeare Question’: Is the Author’s Personality the Dominant Factor for His Works Interpretation?
    Coordinators:
    Professors Mariana and Zoriana Lanovyk, Ternopil Volodymyr Hnatiuk National Pedagogical University
  • Kyiv: 15:00, “Twelfth Night” staged by Kyiv Academic Young Theatre

    Kyiv: 15:00, “Twelfth Night” staged by Kyiv Academic Young Theatre
  • Kamyanske: Results Announcement for the Contest of Students Translations “Don’t Fear to Translate Shakespeare”

    Kamyanske: Results Announcement for the Contest of Students Translations “Don’t Fear to Translate Shakespeare”
    Coordinator: PhD, Associated Professor Marina Shcherbina,
    Dniprovskiy State Technical University Participants: students of Faculty of Management, Economy,
    Sociology and Philology
  • Zaporizhzhia: 12:00, Lecture by Professor M. Dobson at Classic Private University

    Zaporizhzhia: 12:00, Lecture by Professor M. Dobson at Classic Private University
    Topic: “Spaces for Shakespeare”
    Lecture for the students from Zaporizhzhia, Dnipro, Poltava and Kharkiv universities
  • Lviv:12.00 Shakespeare Theatre Fesival in Craiova (Romania): the Notes of Eyewitness" by Professor M. Harbuziuk

    Lviv:12.00 Shakespeare Theatre Fesival in Craiova (Romania): the Notes of Eyewitness" by Professor M. Harbuziuk
    Lviv National I. Franko University
  • Ternopil, Ternopil region, Kolyndiany: "The Museum of Shakespeare's characters" .The guide is Diachok Svitlana (the world literature teacher-methodologist).

    Ternopil, Ternopil region, Kolyndiany:  "The Museum of Shakespeare's characters" .The guide is Diachok Svitlana (the world literature teacher-methodologist).
    The audience - pupils of the 7-9th forms of Kolyndiany territorial community. At the museum one can see some characters of William Shakespeare's plays with their attributes. These characters become alive when the visitors of the museum are approaching to them.
  • Kharkiv: 16.00 Playing Shakespeare. Playing with Shakespeare. Playing by Shakespeare: Shakespearean Theatre Party in Kharkiv National Kotlyarevsky University of Arts

    Kharkiv: 16.00 Playing Shakespeare. Playing with Shakespeare. Playing by Shakespeare: Shakespearean Theatre Party in Kharkiv National Kotlyarevsky University of Arts
    Shakespeare's texts in English and Ukrainian, traditional and provocative interpretations by students of Kharkiv National Kotlyarevsky University of Arts
    theatre.khdam@i.ua
  • Lviv:11.50 Public Lecture by Professor R. Zorivchak "The Role Of Hryhoriy Kochur in Reception of Shakespeare's writings in Ukraine" at Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Room 249

    Lviv:11.50 Public Lecture by Professor R. Zorivchak "The Role Of Hryhoriy Kochur in Reception of Shakespeare's writings in Ukraine" at Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Room 249
  • Zaporizhzhia: 12.00 Workshop on Shakespeare’s Sonnets Translation by Lecturer I. Kashyrina at Zaporizhzhia National Technical University

    Zaporizhzhia: 12.00 Workshop on Shakespeare’s Sonnets Translation by Lecturer I. Kashyrina at Zaporizhzhia National Technical University
    During the workshop students are going to discuss the translation of the 74 sonnet by W. Shakespeare into Ukrainian, made by Irina Kashyrina, with those previously performed by Dmytro Palamarchuk and Dmytro Pavlychko.
  • Zaporizhzhia: Announcement of the Theatre Reviews Contest Results

    Zaporizhzhia: Announcement of the Theatre Reviews Contest Results
  • Zaporizhzhia: Shakespeare’s Map of Europe. PhD, Associated Professor Daria Moskvitina, Zaporizhzhia State Medical University

    Zaporizhzhia:  Shakespeare’s Map of Europe. PhD, Associated Professor Daria Moskvitina, Zaporizhzhia State Medical University
    A talk on Shakespeare-related places in different European countries
  • Zaporizhzhia: "Don't Joke With Love"

    Zaporizhzhia: "Don't Joke With Love"
  • Zaporizhzhia: The Contest of Shakespeare-related Scholarly Papers for Students and Young Scholars in Memory of Prof. Vitaliy Keis

    Zaporizhzhia: The Contest of Shakespeare-related Scholarly Papers for Students and Young Scholars in Memory of Prof. Vitaliy Keis
    VII Annual All-Ukrainian Contest of Shakespeare-related Scholarly Papers for Students and Young Scholars in Memory of Prof. Vitaliy Keis was founded in 2010 by the Ukrainian Shakespeare Centre under the aegis of theUkrainian National Women’s League of America. More than 100 people have participated in this event so far. Students of higher educational establishments as well as PhD students are eligible for participation. Jury panel includes an eminent Shakespearean scholar Prof. Irene Makaryk.
  • Kyiv: Panel Discussion "The Influence of W. Shakespeare on Turkish Culture" Moderator: PhD. Iryna Prushkovska

    Kyiv: Panel Discussion "The Influence of W. Shakespeare on Turkish Culture" Moderator: PhD. Iryna Prushkovska
  • Ternopil: Intellectual Quest «Shakespearian Authorship: To Be Or Not To Be».

    Ternopil: Intellectual Quest «Shakespearian Authorship: To Be Or Not To Be».
    Presenter: PhD Olha Dovbush
    The aim of the seminar to familirize students with main theories concerning Shakespeare’s authorship; to develop the literary skills of analyzing sonnets; to develop critical thinking.
    Participants: 3 year students