William Shakespeare

Othello

Directed by Miloš Lolić

Dramaturg: Periša Perišić, Set Designer: Jasmina Holbus, Costume Designer: Maria Jelesijević, Composer: Nevena Glušica, Speech: Ljiljana Mrkić Popović, Lightning Designer: Svetislav Calić,

Othello is one of Shakespeare’s four great tragedies, the immortal story of jealousy, lust, envy and hatred with Vojin Cetković as Othello and Nikola Đuričko as Yago – both of them at the peak of their acting careers – and directed by Miloš Lolić, one of the most successful and most exciting young directors of the generation.

Lolić’s first direction at Yugoslav Drama Theatre, The other side by Dejan Dukovski, was set in 2006 on the Stage of “Bojan Stupica” Theatre. Two years later, he directed Dreamers by Robert Musil on the same stage, which was the winning performance of 43rd Bitef. After three seasons he spent directing in Austria, Slovenia and Germany and the great success and awards won at festivals such as Borštnikovo srečanje 2011, Bayerische Theatertage 2012 and 46th Bitef, and after winning the prestigious Austrian theatre award “Nestroy 2012″ in the category “Best young artist”, Lolić’s return to the stage of Yugoslav Drama Theatre is at the same time his first encounter with the greatest playwright of all time.

Premiere: 23 December 2012

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Ticket Price: STALLS 1500 1000 / BALCONY 500 RSD

2hrs, no interval