Khojaly : A Play about Survival

A testimonial drama about escape and exile after a humanitarian corridor massacre carried out during a Russian-backed war
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Khojaly : A Play about Surviving shares the memories of the civilian survivors whose lives were changed forever by the humanitarian corridor massacre carried out by Russian-backed gunmen in the Russian-backed invasion of Nagorno-Karabakh that took place in February 1992 – part of a war that lasted from 1988 to 1994.

Created by Debunk Theatre from the words and testimony of refugees from the town of Khojaly in interviews carried out in Azerbaijan, six characters take to the stage to tell their personal stories in the form of a testimonial drama about escape and exile.

At the same time, the characters recall how normal life was for them in their hometown before the violence, how the different communities once came together – and why today they still keep hope in their hearts.

52pp | paperback | £9.99 | Publication date March 24, 2022 | ISBN: 9781908755964

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