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SALON UPORABNIH UMETNOSTI: Predpremiera predstave Dobrodošlica

  • Salon Uporabnih Umetnosti 1 Glavni trg Maribor, Maribor, 2000 Slovenia (map)

Hleb Teatar in coproduction with GuestRoomMaribor and Bitef Teatar, Belgrade

Preview of the performance :

THE WELCOME

-inspired by Samuel Beckett’s „Waiting for Godot“

THE WELCOME is a play examining the revolutionary ideas and enthusiasm generated in Yugoslavia (SFRJ-Socialist Federate Republic of Yugoslavia) during and after the Second World War, through the reinterpretation of songs from the National Liberation Struggle (NOB) and the prism of a bitter awakening in which we now find ourselves, in a world of neoliberal capitalism and new colonialism of the XXI century. 
Where has hope gone? Why is apathy the prevailing feeling in today's world? Is there a possibility for Utopia? These are some of the questions we want to ask the audience and ourselves. The play is performed in the form of a concert organized as a sign of welcome. 

Welcoming who, or what - is something we have to decide for ourselves.  
This performance is dedicated to Maribor's poet Tomaž Brenk.

Direction and dramaturgy: Sanja Krsmanović Tasić

Performed by Jugoslav Hadžić, Anastasia Tasić and Sanja Krsmanović Tasić

Music: ANTI PROTIV - Jugoslav Hadžić and Anastasia Tasić 

Set and costume design: Hleb Teatar

Texts: Semuel Beckett, Darko Suvin, Eduardo Galeano, Ernst Bloch, Sanja Krsmanović Tasić

With support of KC Magacin, NKSS and Slovenian Ministry of culture 

Production: GuestRoomMaribor (Pekarna Magdalenske Mreže)

Special thanks to: Lucija Smodiš, Tajša Perović, Kaja Kraner, Damjan Zemljič, Marko Samec, Peter Bedrač, Igor Unuk, Shingo Yoshida, Urška Breznik, organization Pekarna Magdalenske mreže and Salon of applied arts.

“/.../ Because I write in the times of predominant, leaden and stifling contra-revolutionary shroud. Ideologically it solicits impairment of the whole history of SFRJ, not only as a job badly handled, but also as a venture that is from the start badly or even dangerously conceived But still. when I think about the project of liberated Yugoslavia, an Italian proverb comes to my mind “when a tree falls down, there is no more shade”: we are exposed to the full force of capitalist devastation.”
Darko Suvin


Fotografija: Bojan Frangež

Fotografija: Bojan Frangež

Fotografija: Bojan Frangež

Fotografija: Bojan Frangež


Hleb Teatar u koprodukciji sa GuestRoomMaribor i Bitef Teatrom

Pretpremijera predstave:

DOČEK

-inspirisana dramom Semjuela Beketa „Čekajući Godoa“

DOČEK je predstava koja se bavi preispitivanjem revolucionarnih ideja i poleta nastalog u SFRJ tokom i nakon drugog svetskog rata, kroz reinterpretaciju pesama iz NOB-a i prizmu gorke osvešćenosti u kojoj se danas nalazimo, u svetu neoliberlanog kapitalizma i novog kolonijalizma XXI veka.
Gde je nestala nada? Zašto je preovladavajući osećaj apatije u današnjem svetu? Da li je Utopija moguća? su neka od pitanja koje želimo da postavimo publici i sebi. Predstava se izvodi u formi koncerta upriličenog za doček.

Doček koga ili čega - na nama je da zaključimo.

Pretpremijera posvećena Mariborskom pesniku Tomažu Brenku.



Režija i dramaturgija: Sanja Krsmanović Tasić

Igraju: Jugoslav Hađžić, Anastasia Tasić i Sanja Krsmanović Tasić

Muzički aranžmani : ANTI PROTIV - Jugoslav Hađžić i Anastasia Tasić 

Scenografija i kostim: Hleb Teatar

U predstavi su korišćeni tekstovi: Semjuela Beketa , Darka Suvina, Eduarda Galeana, Ernsta Bloha , Sanje Krsmanović Tasić

Produkcija: Guestroommaribor (Pekarna Magdalenske mreže)

Uz podršku KC Magacin, NKSS i Ministarstvo kulture Republike Slovenije

Zahvaljujemo se: Luciji Smodiš, Tajši Perović,Kaji Kraner, Damjanu Zemljiču, Marku Samcu, Peteru Bedraču, Igoru Unuku, Shingo Yoshidi, Urški Breznik i organizaciji Pekarna Magdalenske mreže, Salonu uporabnih umetnosti.

“/.../ Jer pišem u doba nadmoćnog, olovnog i zagušljivog kontrarevolucionarnog pokrova. Ideološki, on nameće obezvređenje cijele povijesti SFRJ ne samo kao loše odrađenog posla, nego i kao od samog početka pogrešno zamišljenog ili čak opasnog pothvata. A ipak, kada razmišljam o projektu oslobodilačke Jugoslavije, sjećam se talijanske poslovice “kada se stablo sruši, nema više hlada”: izloženi smo punoj silini kapitalističkog opustošivanja.”
Darko Suvin