25.04.2014

PERFORMANCES WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES IN MAY

For international audiences

Ljuba Tadić Stage, May 15h at 8 pm
The Woman from Sarajevo by Ivo Andrić, directed by Gorčin Stojanović

Ljuba Tadić Stage, May 27th at 8 pm
Death Is Not A Bicycle (to be stolen from you) 
by Biljana Srbljanović, directed by Slobodan Unkovski

Performances with English Subtitles are intended for English-speaking theatre goers with first language other than Serbian. They offer on-screen captions with English translation of the Serbian playtext as it is being performed, making it possible for international viewers to enjoy Serbian and international classics and contemporary plays to the full.

17.04.2014

TICKET SALES FOR MAY HAS STARTED

Ticket sales for the May repertoire has started.

Performances with English subtitles are:

Ljuba Tadić Stage, May 15h at 8 pm
The Woman from Sarajevo by Ivo Andrić, directed by Gorčin Stojanović

Ljuba Tadić Stage, May 27th at 8 pm
Death Is Not A Bicycle (to be stolen from you) 
by Biljana Srbljanović, directed by Slobodan Unkovski

Box office working hours:  10am – 3pm and from 5pm until the begining of the performance. Sundays from 7pm until the begining of the performance. Tel. +381 11 2644-447, +381 11 3061-957.

16.04.2014

CITY OF BELGRADE AWARD FOR THEATRE GOES TO NEBOJŠA DUGALIĆ

This year’s winner of the City of Belgrade Award for Theatre is Nebojša Dugalić for the role of Robert in Betrayal by Harold Pinter directed by Goran Šušljik at the stage of Bojan Stupica Theatre. The opening night was on December 15th 2013.

The Award will be handed to Nebojša Dugalić at the Award Winning Ceremony at the City Hall on April 17th.

Congratulations!

11.04.2014

ANOTHER FILUMENA MARTURANO IN APRIL

After a very successful showing in February, the play Filumena Marturano byEduardo De Filippo directed by Jagoš Marković will be performed again for the audience in Belgrade on April 25th at the Ljuba Tadić Stage in our theatre. A co-production of Cultural Center Tivat and City Theatre Podgorica has the following cast: Anita Mančić, Branimir Bane Popović, Jelisaveta Sablić, Vlastimir Đuza Stojiljković, Marija Bergam, Andrea Mugoša, Emir Ćatović, Božidar Zuber, Momčilo Otašević and Simo Trebješanin.

03.04.2014

YUGOSLAV DRAMA THEATRE DAY

Yugoslav Drama Theatre is celebrating its 66th birthday. Together with our old and new members, friends and associates, we will hold an award winning ceremony and a celebration, remembering everything that has happened in our theatre during the last year.

 

03.04.2014

ANNUAL AWARDS

Annual awards were handed out today at the Award Winning Ceremony and the Celebration of Yugoslav Drama Theatre Day. This year’s award winners are:

Stagehand Department: Duško Uzelac, Nenad Rebić and Goran Ćupurdija

Makeup Department: Gordana Jadžić, Snežana Petković, Milica Mandoparić and Vanesa Obradović

Lana Cvijanović for costume design and her special artistic contribution in  The Woman from Sarajevo, Betrayal and A Profitable Position

Miodrag Tabački for set design and his special artistic contribution in A Profitable Position.

Egon Savin for the direction of A Profitable Position by A. N. Ostrovsky

Gorčin Stojanović for the direction of The Woman from Sarajevo by Ivo Andrić

Nataša Ninković for the role of Rajka Radaković – The Woman from Sarajevo in The Woman from Sarajevo by Ivo Andrić directed by Gorčin Stojanović

Vojislav Brajović for the role of Father (Obren Radaković)/Rafo Conforti/Poet in The Woman from Sarajevo by Ivo Andrić directed by Gorčin Stojanović

Jasmina Avramović for the role of Radojka Radaković – Mother in The Woman from Sarajevo by Ivo Andrić directed by Gorčin Stojanović

Nebojša Dugalić for the role of Robert in Betrayal by Harold Pinter directed by Goran Šušljik

A Profitable Position Actors Ensemble: Nikola Rakočević, Branislav Lečić, Jelisaveta Sablić, Predrag Ejdus, Srđan Timarov, Jovana Gavrilović, Anđelika Simić, Bogdan Diklić, Milena Živanović, Nebojša Ljubišić, Stefan Bundalo, Slobodan Tešić, Marko Ajvaz, Anđela Krvavac

Nataša Tapušković is the winner of „Dr Branivoj Đorđević“ Award for the Beauty of Speech for the role of Jovanka in The Woman from Sarajevo by Ivo Andrić directed by Gorčin Stojanović and the part of  Emma in Betrayal by Harold Pinter directed by Goran Šušljik

26.03.2014

REHEARSALS FOR THE DRAGONSLAYERS HAVE STARTED

Rehearsals for the Dragonslayers by Milena Marković have started. The play will be directed by Iva Milošević. The opening night is set for May 7th with the following cast:  Nikola Rakočević, Mirjana Karanović, Milan Marić, Radovan Vujović, Dubravka Kovjanić, Jovana Gavrilović and Srđan Timarov.

Set Designer is Gorčin Stojanović, Costume Designer is Maja Mirković, while the music will be composed and performed by Vladimir Pejković.

 

26.03.2014

WORLD THEATRE DAY

International Theatre Institute ITI World Organization for the Performing Arts

World Theatre Day 2014
Brett Bailey’s Message

Wherever there is human society, the irrepressible Spirit of Performance manifests.

Under trees in tiny villages, and on high tech stages in global metropolis; in school halls
and in fields and in temples; in slums, in urban plazas, community centres and inner-city
basements, people are drawn together to commune in the ephemeral theatrical worlds
that we create to express our human complexity, our diversity, our vulnerability, in living
flesh, and breath, and voice.

We gather to weep and to remember; to laugh and to contemplate; to learn and to affirm
and to imagine. To wonder at technical dexterity, and to incarnate gods. To catch our
collective breath at our capacity for beauty and compassion and monstrosity. We come to
be energized, and to be empowered. To celebrate the wealth of our various cultures, and
to dissolve the boundaries that divide us.

Wherever there is human society, the irrepressible Spirit of Performance manifests. Born of
community, it wears the masks and the costumes of our varied traditions. It harnesses our
languages and rhythms and gestures, and clears a space in our midst.

And we, the artists that work with this ancient spirit, feel compelled to channel it through
our hearts, our ideas and our bodies to reveal our realities in all their mundanity and
glittering mystery.

But, in this era in which so many millions are struggling to survive, are suffering under
oppressive regimes and predatory capitalism, are fleeing conflict and hardship; in which
our privacy is invaded by secret services and our words are censored by intrusive
governments; in which forests are being annihilated, species exterminated, and oceans
poisoned: what do we feel compelled to reveal?

In this world of unequal power, in which various hegemonic orders try to convince us that
one nation, one race, one gender, one sexual preference, one religion, one ideology, one
cultural framework is superior to all others, is it really defensible to insist that the arts
should be unshackled from social agendas?

Are we, the artists of arenas and stages, conforming to the sanitized demands of the
market, or seizing the power that we have: to clear a space in the hearts and minds of
society, to gather people around us, to inspire, enchant and inform, and to create a world
of hope and open-hearted collaboration?

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Brett Bailey is a South African playwright, designer, director, installation maker and the artistic director of THIRD WORLD BUNFIGHT. He has worked throughout South Africa, in Zimbabwe, Uganda, Haiti, the Democratic Republic of Congo, the UK and Europe.
His acclaimed  iconoclastic dramas, which interrogate the dynamics of the post-colonial world, include BIG DADA, IPI ZOMBI?, iMUMBO JUMBO, medEia and ORFEUS. His performance installations include EXHIBITs A & B.
His works have played across Europe, Australia and Africa, and have won several awards, including a gold medal for design at the Prague Quadrennial (2007). He headed the jury of the Prague Quadrennial in 2011, and was a juror of the International Theatre Institute’s ‘Music Theatre Now’ competition in March 2013.
He directed the opening show at the World Summit on Arts and Culture in Johannesburg (2009), and from 2006-2009 the opening shows at the Harare International Festival of the Arts. From 2008-2011 he was curator of South Africa’s only public arts festival, ‘Infecting the City’, in Cape Town. In 2014 he will deliver the International Theatre Institute’s World Theatre Day message to UNESCO.

Brett Bailey

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