Maksym Solntsev, Oleksiy Chornyi


The building of the Mariupol Drama Theater survived World War II almost unscathed but did not withstand the missiles of the “liberators”.

Sasha had been working as a lighting artist in the Drama Theater all her life. The war forced her to retrain as a volunteer. It was Sasha who opened the doors of the theater to hundreds of asylum seekers. Within a few days, 1,500 citizens were eventually hiding from bombings where just 50 residents of Mariupol were to be accommodated.

Sasha managed to organize it all – from cooking for everyone to cleaning toilets. But on March 16, 2022, there was an explosion…


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