Nišville Jazz Theater – 06.08.2017
OPENING OF THE EXHIBITION
Theatre poster – CAR
Little Hall of the Officer House
WOMEN OF DADA – A POSSIBLE EXHIBITION
DAH Theatre, SRB
Little Hall of the Officer House
GROUP FIRE, SRB
Plato in front of the Officer House
Theatre En Vol, Sassari, Sardinia, IT
Cooperation with local artists
DADA’S WOMEN –THEATRE INSTALLATION- ONE IMAGINARY EXHIBITION
What happens when the character from the performance “Dreams and Obstacles” whirls around and around, only to find herself in the new performance “Perchance to Dream”? That spin-off of the character leads to new images that question leaving one’s own country, the life in art, the possibility or impossibility of the choice, and the value of the dream.
Every day, on her way to her theatre, a young woman meets a man. Surrounded by his unpacked backpack and his instruments, a blanket with exotic ornaments draped over his shoulders, he plays. They do not share their mother tongue, but they share different languages that transcend speech. She tells him, or imagines to tell him, the story of her life. He replies with his music. They try to find the sense of their life choices in a world where people are forced to abandon their countries in order to save themselves, in a world where sometimes, it is more important to follow the thread of Shakespearian dreaming.
Režija I koncept / Direction and concept: DijanaMilošević
Igraju / Actors: Evgenija Eškina Kovačević , Aleksandra Jelić, Ivana Milenović Popović, Ivana Milovanović, Ivan Nikolić
Muzičari / Musicians: Nemanja Ajdačić, UglješaMajdevac
Scenografija / Set design: Neša Paripović
Kostim I šminka / Costume design and make-up: Snežana Arnautović i DAH Teatar
“Ready-made” koferi / Ready-made suitcases: Evgenija Eškina Kovačević , Aleksandra Jelić, Ivana Milenović Popović, Ivana Milovanović, Ivan Nikolić
Svetlo / Light design: Milomir Dimitrijević
Organizacija i PR / Organization and PR: Nataša Novaković
Fotografija / Photography: Una Škandro
DAH Teatar se zahvaljuje / Special thanks to: Kulturni centar Beograda, Snežana Arnautović, Christina Morus, Neša Paripović and Shira Wolfe.
About En Vol Theater:
Theatre En Vol,represents one of the most significant experiences of Italian street theatre. With its imaginative capsizing and engaging performances, in which the actors and the amazing theatrical machines are the mediators of dreamlike voyages and fantastic suggestions, the company has gained recognition all over Europe. As a point of reference for young actors and as a source of ideas for the realization of important events such as “Girovagando” and “Sogni a Spazi Aperti”, and thanks to its important activity, the company has given an irreplaceable, substantial and profound contribution to street arts.
GERNIKA theatrical action in four movements
The performance is the result of several years of work and research, based on suggestions associated to the masterpiece of Picasso’s famous painting as well as to many other images recalling everyday life in a city that witnesses the destruction of its purity by the brutality of a cynical and unexpected attack. It is a ‘silent’ performance, in which up to 12 actors/musicians perform by means of body language and movement. Their movements and actions follow a soundtrack, composed by the magnificent verses of the contemporary Italian poetess, Maria Grazia Calandrone, recited in Italian, Spanish, French and German and by a highly effective choice of music pieces. “Gernika” is a performance recommended for a broad spectrum of audience: it is a moving performance, emotional and rich with cues both for the understanding of Picasso’s work of art, and for current historical events.
Director: Maria Paola Cordella, Giancarlo Savino
Costumes: Claudia Spina, Gianluca Melis;
Stage Machinery and Pyrotechnic Project; Puccio Savioli
Stagecraft: Massimo Casada
Narrating Voices: Maria Paola Cordella, Ben Castelli, Michèle Kramers, Raphael Auer
Sound: Alfredo Puglia
Text: Maria Grazia Calandrone
With the precious collaboration of: The Gernika Center, Gogoratuz, Gernika.
9 performer from Italy, 3 from Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia