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Stolen Personality

Original title:  Ukradena Licnos'
Played by:  Milan Lane Gutovic
November 2017

This play is a story of a moral portrait of a practical, modern and adaptive person who, for the purpose of achieving personal goals is prepared to accept unusual conditions lightly - while the same conditions for anyone else would be unacceptable as they involve humiliation and moral destruction.  With skilful ability and spirit of a village rascal, he forces himself upon the European Union as a candidate for a president.  None of the conditions imposed are difficult for him to fulfil, as his offering doesn't cost him personally anything.  To him betrayal is acceptable, and he refers to that betrayal as 'cooperation'.  The comedy also talks about the failure of social values and the society in general where Sojic (as a caricatural metaphor) doesn't stagnate socially, but he in fact prospers.  This time, the actor on the stage doesn't have a name, and does everything to interpret the scrips in his own way, similarly to his interpretations in the popular movies and series.

The Sun of the Foreign Sky

Original title:  Sunce tudjeg neba
Played by:  Dragan Marinkovic Maca
September 2017

The story begins in the nineties, where the protagonist amusingly shares the story through the use of black humour, talking about his 'escape' from madness, the war and other struggling events that people of ex Yugoslavia endured during that time.


Original title:  Plastika
Played by:  Suzana Petricevic and Nela Mihailovic
September 2017

Milina and Katarina are putting a lot of money towards a special anti ageing treatment, with the final treatment involving plastic surgery.  Starting a new life, they find themselves in an elite fitness centre waiting for a personal training who is creating a training program for them.  They never met before this, and are now in the same place waiting for the personal trainer, who is running unacceptably late.  Two diametrically opposed personalities, at a first glance seemingly ordinary however very exiting fates, made up of both funny and painful determinants of times in which we live in, brought together to utilise the equipment for correction of body and soul.  The outcome of the epilog is unpredictable, just like our lives are.


Original title:  Milunka
Played by:  Vesna Stankovic
April 2017

The play Milunka which is produced by Petar Stanojlovic is a confession of the Serbian war heroine called Milunka Savic, interpreted by Vesna Stanknovic.  Confession about her life from her first gun to the first broom.

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Sokin and Bosina

Original title:  Sokin i Bosina
Played by:  Ljiljana Blagojevic, Mihailo Ladjevac, Vesna Stankovic, Kalina Kovacevic
April 2017

Sokin (the son) and Bosina (the daughter) is a comedy by dr Milica Konstantinovic, produced by Jug Radivojevic

Ljiljana Blagojevic:  Bosa, mother in law - mother of the groom, from Romanija, woodchopper
Mihailo Ladjevac:  Stojko, the son, ballet dancer
Vesna Stankovic:  Sofija, mother in law - mother of the bride, divorced bachelor of economics from Novi Sad, no work experience but managed to live off child support she received for her daughter, fashionista at heart
Kalina Kovacevic:  Juca, Sofija's daughter, pianist, can't find a job so has to drive a truck for living