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    Dates:
  • 20.01.20.00
  • 23.01.20.00
  • 25.01.20.00
  • Book Tickets
Georges Feydeau

Free Exchange Hotel

Directed by: Liješević Boris

Ljuba Tadić Theatre

Cast: Nikola Đuričko, Dragan Jovanović, Nataša Tapušković, Anđelika Simić, Srđan Timarov, Bojan Dimitrijević, Miodrag Dragičević, Amar Ćorović, Milica Gojković, Anđela Jovanović, Tea Gjorgjioska, Sanja Marković, Marija Klanac

Boris LiješevićWhy Feydeau? Because he represents the pinnacle of the theatre, of the essential, raw, playful theatre; of the theatre which does not stem from literature but from some sort of spirituality. (...) Staging Feydeau today could be equalled to a theatre revolution. more >

    Dates:
  • 22.01.20.30
  • 23.01.20.30
  • Book Tickets
Howard Zin

Marx in Soho

Studio YDT

Cast: Vladica Milosavljević

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    Dates:
  • 24.01.20.00
  • Book Tickets
Dario Fo

Accidental Death of an Anarchist

Ljuba Tadić Theatre

Cast: Nikola Đuričko, Bojan Dimitrijević, Nikola Rakočević, Miloš Samolov, Joakim Tasić, Marta Bjelica

Like a trapeze artist, the Maniac hangs above an abyss in the middle of a police station – in a plot that threatens to descend into a hilarious comedy of errors. The cast, led by Nikola Đuričko, does away with everything that defies logic... more >

    Dates:
  • 26.01.20.00
  • Book Tickets
Harold Pinter

Betrayal

Ljuba Tadić Theatre

Cast: Nataša Tapušković, Gordan Kičić, Nebojša Dugalić, Slobodan Tešić

A deceptively traditional story involving a love triangle that takes us on a journey through marriage, infidelity, duplicity, deception and betrayal. Harold Pinter created a world where love is simultaneously glorified and reviled. more >

    Dates:
  • 28.01.17.00
  • 31.01.20.30
  • Book Tickets
Neil LaBute

The Mercy Seat

Studio YDT

Cast: Aleksandra Janković, Milan Marić

There is something archetypal in LaBute’s characters(...) If there had been rainstorm or a minor earthquake at the time, self-questioning wouldn’t have taken place, those fundamental questions between the two of them wouldn’t have been raised. But no, what is taking place outside is the end of the world [the catastrophe in New York on 11th September, 2001] and that kind of pressure makes Ben and Abbey start opening big questions. Naturally, that isn’t enough to make them heroes. But it is enough to make them people. This plays is about the fact that their dilemma and their problem could happen to anyone. more >