May at the Montenegrin National Theater
In addition to the regular repertoire, the Montenegrin National Theater will mark the accompanying program – the cycle of films “Shakespeare on Film” and “Public Reading of Contemporary Montenegrin Drama”.
The May repertoire of the Montenegrin National Theater will include plays: : “Bladi Mun” Ana Đorđević,“Đokonda” Viktor Lodata directed byDušanka Belada, “Zlostavljanje” Jovana Todorović, ”Policajci” Slavomir Mrožek directed by Aleksandr Jovanović, “Soulfood” Slavko Kalezić and“Children of the sun” Maksim Gorki directed by Jovans Tomić.
After the performance at the National Theater in Sarajevo, the Montenegrin National Theater will perform on May 25 at the Serbian National Theater in Novi Sad with the play “Bladi Mun” by Ana Đorđević.
The play stars:Sanja Vujisić, Nikola Perišić, Kristina Stevović Obradović, Aleksandar Gavranić, Filip Đuretić, Maša Božović, Stevan Vuković i Branka Otašević.
Within the series of films titled “Shakespeare on Film” the following works will be shown: “Bloody Throne” by director Akira Kurosava, “Macbeth” by directorRoman Polanski and „Hamlet“ by director Kenneth Brane. The films will be shown at the Scene Studio at 8 pm, and admission to all film programs is free.
Within the program “Public Reading of Contemporary Montenegrin Drama”, the audience will have the opportunity to hear three contemporary Montenegrin dramas created in the 21st century. The return of public reading of drama at the Montenegrin National Theater is important primarily for authors and their texts, but also because of the drama itself, which today is rapidly changing its form and equally belongs to prose and poetry, and goes deep into other media. After the reading, the authors will talk about their texts, poetics, contemporary Montenegrin drama and dramaturgy. The three-day cycle “Public Reading of Contemporary Montenegrin Drama” will be held on May 24, 25. 25 and 26 at the Studio Stage at 6 p.m. Admission is free.
More information on the link: https://cnp.me/