East European Performing Arts Platform (EEPAP) supports the
development of contemporary performing arts (dance and theatre)
in 18 countries of Central and Eastern Europe.


Short biography: 

EVGENIY KORNIAG was born in 1983 in Minsk.

He graduated from Belarusian State Academy of Arts, the "Puppet Theatre Actor" course (professor:  Alexei Lelyavsky), in 2005 and worked at Belarussian State Puppet Theater between 2005 and 2007. He then moved to Maxim Gorky National Academic Drama Theatre in Minsk, and then obtained a Master's Degree at in Theatre Directing at Moscow Art Theatre and Meyerhold Centre. In 2010, he organised Korniag Theatre. Between 2011 and 2013, he taught acting techniques and stage movement at the Belarusian State Academy of Arts.

The most important projects: 

His works include:

2004 - Plastic performance "C est la vie. Exercices pres du baton" (Minsk);
2005 - Plastic performance "Birthday party" (Minsk);
2007 - Plastic performance "Not Dances" (Minsk);
2008 - Plastic performance "Endlessly" (Minsk);
2009 - Theatre Project "Café «Absorption»" (Minsk);
2010 - Plastic performance "Inside There" (by M. Meterlink, Moscow);
2011 - Plastic performance "Performance #7" (Minsk);
2012 - Plastic performance "Year 2012", together with the Polish theater «Chorea» (Lodz);
2012 - Plastic performance "Could I be Mozart?" (Tallinn’s Russian Theatre, Estonia,);
2012 - Plastic performance "The Sandman" by E.T. Hoffmann (together with Ekaterina Averkova; "Marabou" Theatre, Bonn).
2013 - Plastic performance "Latent Men" (Minsk)

2013 - Director and choreographer at "Music, Dances and Impressive Lighting – "Together" in the Ancient Theatre of Plovdiv  (Plovdiv – Candidate for European Capital of Culture 2019 Program).

2014 - Plastic performance "On the Other Side," a joint project with the Chorea Theater (Lodz, Poland), director and choreographer.

2015 - Performance “Interview with witches” (Minsk, Puppet Theatre)



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