Ukrainian drama translated into 6 languages

We help directors and producers to find playscript of Ukrainian Contemporary Drama to save their energy and time to put it on stage

New translationsNew submissions of original plays
Translated to: English
A story of 3 Ukrainian generations in different periods of our history through monologues of a father, grandfather and...
1 M
781 words / 2 pages
Translated to: English
After Ukrainian Revolution of Dignity (2013-2014) the artificial intelligence without moral features decided to put the...
4 M, 3 F
14924 words / 28 pages
Translated to: English
Skol is a former soldier returning from the war in the East, believes that only a military coup can save Ukraine...
6 M, 3 F
4608 words / 12 pages
130 Result(s)
Translator: Lydia Nagel
Translated to: Deutsch
2018 – No. 2 play at the First National Radiorama Contest. 2019 – premiered on the national radio channel “Culture” 2020...
Drama, love story, 7 Acts4 M, 2 F
4622 words / 19 pages
Translated to: English
Tragic and comic history of the Ukrainian village in the first days of the Russian occupation. While reading the...
Drama with elements of comedy, 1 Act1 F
1087 words / 2 pages
Translated to: English
The first days of the war through the eyes of a loving couple from Lviv, who are preparing to evacuate. Strategy of...
A collection of short drama stories, 1 Act
10 M, 11 F
12034 words / 44 pages
Translator: John Freedman
Translated to: English
A short for 2 or more actors.. A naive playwright seeking material for a documentary play about the Russo-Finnish War of...
1 Act
4 M
1125 words / 4 pages
Latest newsLatest news
17 August 2022
The film by Myroslava Klochko and Anatoliy Tatarenko, based on a play by Ukrainian playwright Andrii Bondarenko, received a special award named after film director Leonid Kanter, who was one of the founders of the film festival, Detektor Media reports. Due to the war, the
28 June 2022

The global initiative Worldwide Ukrainian Play Readings, launched by US director and translator John Friedman, continues. The texts of Ukrainian playwrights, especially those written after the beginning of the large-scale invasion of Russia to Ukraine on February 24, 2022

25 June 2022
The European New Talent Drama Award 2022 goes to the Ukrainian playwright Lena Lagushonkova.

About the project

Digital library of the Ukrainian drama translations serves to promote the national dramaturgy worldwide, the successful communication between the contemporary Ukrainian authors and theatres around the world, and to foster new creative partnerships.

Convenient search engine will help you find plays of the Ukrainian playwrights translated into the language of your choice, and generate the search by genre, period of creation, subject, text size, number of characters, etc.

Each text in the library has an ID card, a synopsis and information about the author and the translator in English.

Here you will be able to read big fragments but the entire text for reading, commercial or non-commercial use, can be obtained from the copyright holders whose contacts can be found on the first page of the play and in the authors’ profiles. 

The Library is founded by the Ukrainian Institute in partnership with Worldwide Readings Project and Birkbeck Center for Contemporary Theater. It is based on the global initiative funds of the Worldwide Readings Project and the Ukrainian Institute program drama on the move.

Website is created with the financial support of the International Relief Fund of the Federal Foreign Office and Goethe-Institut Ukraine within framework of the “Theatrical Windows. Work in Progress” – a project implemented by the NGO “Theatre na Zhukah”. Coordinating partner – platform UkrDramaHub.

Open structure promotes continuous renewal of the Library’s funds. Ukrainian playwrights are welcome to submit the translations of their plays via this form

Prior to publishing on the Website, quality of translations will be verified by the Expert Council: Lydia Nagel (German), Elli Salo (Finnish, Swedish, Slovak), Molly Flynn (English), Miloslav Juráni (Slovak), Iulia Popovici (Romanian) and Anna Korzeniowska-Bihun (Polish).