The Last Human

The Last Man is a performance based on George Orwell's novel "1984"
The performance is a mixture of dramatic theatre, modern electronic music, elements of performance and dance. A special role in the production is played by complex video art, with which the actors will interact during the performance.

Director Anton Kiseljus translated the events of the novel into the dialogue-reflection format of the main character. He reflects on how destructive is sole power. Is it possible to go against the system? Is it possible to love when everything around is about hate.

"The Last Man" is a performance about everyone who never stops asking questions.

Age limit to the event: from 16 years old persons
Event language: Latvian
Doors open: 1h before event
Event length: ~105min

Project Team:
Director - Anton Kiseljus
Set-designer - Liza Sidorova
Video artist - Valentin Siltsenko
Composer - Aleksandr Zedelyov
Сhoreographer - Dmitry Gaitsukevich
Stage play - Anton Kisieljus
Translator - Inta Yakovleva
Winston Smith - Edis Zalaks
Julia - Marika Shmukste
O’Brein - Martinsh Vilsons
Producer - Edis Zalaks
Director assistant - Karina Lemeshko
The show also features:
The Lips - Darta Cirule
Vocal - Anna Dytyna
Sound recording - Martinsh Medins
Videographer - Kamran Kurbanov
Graphic Designer - Vasilisa Zalaks
Video content - Anna Neva
Special thanks:
Ekaterina Pesegova, Maksim Kiseljus, Dmitry Mjachin, Renars Zalaks, Veronika Fedorchuk, Anton Troshin

The production was made in cooperation with the Digital Art House team