In a warehouse bomb shelter, children perform a play about family separation.

In a warehouse-turned-bomb-shelter in Lviv, in western Ukraine, a group of children performed a play featuring a range of stories about family separation as told from the perspective of children. The play, “Mama Po Skaipu,” or “Mother via Skype,” is based on stories by nearly a dozen Ukrainian writers, and it was a rare cultural event in a city now under regular air-raid alerts.

The play was directed by a soldier, Oleg Oneshchak, 35, and featured eight children, including his daughter…

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