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O(S)AVESTI /// Femart, Prishtina

11. OKTOBAR 2015.

Hleb Teatar gostuje na Festivalu Femart u Prištini sa predstavom      O S(A)VESTI – Esej u pokretu o novinarki Dadi Vujasinović.

Femart festival postoji već tri godine i održava se u Prištini. Program festivala je fokusiran na originalnu umetnost stvorenu i predstavljenu od umetnica uključujući: pozorišne predstave, dokumentarne i kratkometržane filmove, scenska čitanja, radionice, izložbe, performanse, promocije knjiga, poeziju, muziku, panel diskusije, koncerte i druge oblike umetnosti stvorene od strane umetnica i aktivistkinja sa Kosova, iz regiona, Evrope i Amerike.

DADA

11th OCTOBER 2015.

Hleb Teatar is a guest of the festival Femart in Prishtina with the performance DADA – An Essay in movement about journalist Dada Vujasinović.

The program of 3-year old Femart festival includes topics such as: Human rights, Transitional justice in the Balkans, Women empowerment, LGBT, Violence against women, Reproductive health and regional exchange successes stories etc. The program gathers around 100 artists and activists (Serbia, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro, Croatia, Bulgaria, Hungary and Turkey)

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TALES OF BREAD AND BLOOD – MUSICAL ESSAY IN MOVEMENT /// BURSA, TURKEY

19. OKTOBAR 2015

Hleb Teatar gostuje na dvadesetom internacionalnom pozorišnom festivalu za decu i mlade u Bursi (Turska) gde predstavlja adaptaciju predstave PRIČE HLEBA I KRVI na engleskom jeziku i sa muzičkim numerama.

Hleb Teatre performs at the Twentieth international theatre festival for children and youth in Bursa (Turkey)where it presents the adaptation of the performance TALES OF BREAD AND BLOOD in english with the addition of songs performed by Jugoslav Hadžić and Anastasia Tasić.

 

NOVA PREDSTAVA HLEB TEATRA U MARIBORU I KOPRU

Nakon jednomesečne umetničke rezidencije u Mariboru, u okviru programa Guest Room Maribor, organizacije Pekarna Magdalenske mreže, Hleb teatar iz Beograda je 13. avgusta predstavio novu predstavu koja je rezultat rada i boravka u Sloveniji.

Photo: Aleksandar Mladenovic

Koncert predstava „Doček“ 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, a inspirisana je dramom „Čekajući Godoa“ Semjuela Beketa. U predstavi igraju Jugoslav Hađžić, Anastasia Tasić i Sanja Krsmanović Tasić, koja je takođe i režiserka predstave. Pretpremijera je izvedena u prelepom zdanju bivšeg kazina sagrađenog početkom dvadestog veka, koji je sada Salon primenjenih umetnosti .

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Predstava je odmah nakon prvog izvođenja imala gostovanje na Festivalu Koperground u Kopru, u organizaciji Marka Brecelja, legende jugoslovenske rock scene. Krajem avgusta učestvuje na festivalu Patosoffiranje u Smederevu. Beogradska premijera se očekuje decembra ove godine u Bitef teatru, koji je i koproducent predstave.



After a one month long artist in residence program in Maribor (Slovenia), hosted by Guest Room Maribor, Pekarna Magdalenske mreže, Hleb Theatre from Belgrade has presented on the 13th of August a new performance which was a product of their work in Slovenia.

the welcome

 

The concert performance titled THE WELCOME is a play examining the revolutionary ideas and enthusiasm generated in Yugoslavia (SFRJSocialist 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. It is also inspired by the play „Waiting for Godot“ by Samuel Becket.

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Performed by Jugoslav Hađžić, Anastasia Tasić and Sanja Krsmanović Tasić, who is also the director of the piece, the prepremiere was performed in the beautiful building of an old casino built in the begining of the 20th century, which now hosts the Salon Uporabnih Umetnosti.

After the first presentation of the work in progress in Maribor, the performance was shown at the Kopergraund Festival in Koper, organized by Marko Brecelj, a legend of the Yygoslavian rock scene. In August, it was performed at the Festival Patosoffiranje in Smederevo. In October last year the performance Sisters in Arms, a collaboration of Hleb Teatar and AKE AKE Theatre Company from New Zealand had a great success in festivals in New Zaeland, as well as in Belgrade where it premiered as a part of Bitef Poliphony.