Jean-Baptiste Poquelin Molière

Don Juan

Directed by Gorčin Stojanović

Set design: Gorčin Stojanović, Costume design: Lana Cvijanović, Music: Bella Technika, Choreographer: Sonja Vukićević, Speech: Dr. Ljiljana Mrkić Popović, Lighting design: Dejan Draganov,

This is the first ever Yugoslav Drama Theatre production of Dom Juan – one of Molière’s most famous tragicomedies, written during the golden age of European theatre. This baroque story, directed by Gorčin Stojanović, is based on the character of Don Juan, a libertine and a womanizer who challenges this entire world and the one beyond. It is a resplendent story about the adventures of a great lord a wicked man and his faithful valet Sganarelle (an interesting and c0lourful character that Molière wrote for himself and that he very much enjoyed playing). These two roles were entrusted to Vojin Ćetković (Don Juan), Sergej Trifunović (Sganarelle) accompanied by a fantastic cast of actors including: Anđelika Simić, Vojislav Brajović, Marko Baćović, Dubravko Jovanović, Milica Janevski, Goran Daničić, Jovana Gavrilović, Slobodan Tešić as well as two additional artists, both of them unique in their artistic expressions – Sonja Vukićević, ballet dancer and choreographer (playing Time) and Katarina Jovanović, soprano and one of the most beautiful and expressive voices on the European stage (playing Hell).

This will be the third producti0n of a play by Molière to be included in the current YDT repertoire (together with Tartuffe, directed by Egon Savin and The Imaginary Invalid, directed by Jagoš Marković). The first ever play by Molière to be produced by YDT was The Bourgeois Gentleman in 1953, directed by Bojan Stupica.

The opening night on the 26th February 2017

Premiere: 26.02.2017.

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2 hrs 5', no intermission