Shows season 2020

Who is afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Lenka Udovički

Who is Afraid of Virginia Woolf? A piece that has been winning over both theatre and film audiences for half the century, reflects itself in the humorous elements of black, dark, wild comedy, but with elements of melodrama, tragedy, slapstick and even satire, with theatrical calls to question social conventions in the original and powerful way that places this play among anthological achievements of the world literature.

W. Shakespeare: King Lear

Lenka Udovički

Of all of Shakespeare's dramas, King Lear needs to be ushered into the landscape more than any other, and, as Kott observed, even the most daring set design is an arbitrary and inadequate decoration.  King Lear's introduction into the landscape and choice of time-frame constantly raise the question: When and where?

Sophocles: Antigone – 2000 years later

Lenka Udovički

We have to speak up about contemporary times, of course, start a dialogue about the questions which bother and surround us, about giddiness of people who passionately bow to those who win. On the other side we have to speak up about the problem of well-known megalomania and wars, as well as history that not only defines, but rules our contemporaneity.