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18 May From High Camp to Melodrama

11th January, 2010 YC review, Spring Awakening: From High Camp to Melodrama Even 120 years since its creation, the play Spring Awakening has not lost any of its importance. Painful transition from childhood to adolescence, sudden awakening of senses and the dispersion of numerous illusions are as...

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18 May A BREATH OF FRESH AIR WITHIN STALENESS

Spring Awakening, Frank Wedekind/Anja Suša, “Duško Radović” Little Theatre The performance Spring Awakening, directed by Anja Suša (adapted by Irena Kraus) is a modernized, poetical and engaged staging of an infinitely inspiring expressionistic text by Frank Wedekind (written in 1891), a mosaic play about the process...

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18 May THE DANCE OF WHITE CANVASS

By Ivan Medenica Andrej Hieng, Burlesque about the Greek Directed by Anja Suša; Cast: Nebojša Dugalić, Ivan Tomić, Anđelika Simić; Madlenianum (Bel étage) The second performance played on a new Belgrade stage – “Bel étage” stage in the Opera and Theatre Madlenianum – has definitely confirmed the existence...

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18 May TAMING OF THE SHREW

Vesna Jurca Tadel 14. 03. 2013 An unconventional approach of the young Serbian director Anja Susa (for the first time on Slovenian stages) and overall enjoyable playful male ensemble cast is clear from the moment the red stage curtain opens: facts show that this Shakespeare’s comedy is...

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18 May TAMING OF THE SHREW

Author: Igor Đukić Minimalistic stage design with chairs and a red curtain - more would be too much for the precisely choreographed gracious dance of protagonists - and the selection of fairy-sounding background music only amplifies the pleasure for the viewer (at least for me) pervade...

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18 May Catharsis in theatre which loves and hurts

Chinaman, GK Podgorica and Kotor Art Festival Catharsis in theatre which loves and hurts By Maja Mrđenović Pobjeda, 5th July, 2014 Anja Suša’s performance is set in the contemporary local context of social turbulences; traumatic transition; degrading and devastating influence of dominant cultural models, omnipresent violence and empty neoliberal...

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18 May PICTURE BOOK ABOUT MAJA

By Nenad Obradović E-novine, June, 2012 The picture book about Maja, a feeble echo of our past, offers, through the performance Maja and I and Maja, an incentive for further reflection on the culture of memory but also of the present moment which is dominated by carelessness...

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