ČEKAJUĆI GODOA

MESTO: Atelje 212
DATUM: 13.03.2019.
VREME: 20:30
KARTE: 300 rsd

Predstava „Čekajući Godoa“ trupe „Tri groša“ nastala je 2012. godine kao studentska predstava u okviru Festivala Internacionalnog Studentskog Teatra (FIST). Ova interpretacija Godoa doživela je ogroman uspeh posebno među mlađom publikom. Od 2015. igra se na sceni Ateljea 212. Ova drama apsurda dešava se upravo ovde i sada – likovi čekaju i mi čekamo sa njima. U međuvremenu se iscprljuju zabavljajući i sebe i publiku. Nadrealna, smela i sa sjajnim smislom za humor ova predstava svoj uspeh najviše duguje brilijantnim mladim glumcima. Glumci ne predstavljaju likove već žive njihove misli na sceni, uvek spremni da smisle neku novu situaciju kako bi li ubili vreme na najprijatniji mogući način. Kroz Beketov humor koji nije metafizički, već humor naše svakodnevnice, predstava govori o prijateljstvu i usamljenosti, dominaciji i potčinjavanju, narcisizmu i ranjivosti ega, o dosadi i zabavi. Mladi umetnički tim stvorio je ovu predstavu iz sopstvenog životnog iskustva. Nakon završetka studija rediteljke ove predstave oformile su pozorišnu grupu „Tri groša“, a „Čekajući Godoa“ predstavlja začetak njihove saradnje i programsku predstavu.

WAITING FOR GODOT

VENUE: Atelje 212
DATE: 13.03.2019.
TIME: 20:30
TICKETS: 300 rsd

A performance in Serbian (with english subtitles) of Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot, performed by the TriGroša Theatre Company at the landmark Atelje 212 Theatre. Waiting for Godot is a play in which two characters, Vladimor (Didi) and Estragon (Gogo), wait for the arrival of someone named Godot who never arrives, and while waiting they engage in a variety of discussions and encounter three other characters. We wait with them while they attempt to entertain themselves in a surreal, daring and yet playful way. TriGroša’s direction of this classic play brings to the fore friendship and loneliness, domination and submission, narcissism and the weakness of the ego, as well as boredom and fun in Beckett’s writing. Beckett’s humour is not metaphysical; it is the humour of our everyday lives. Created as a student performance for Belgrade’s Festival of International Student Theatre (FIST) in 2012, this interpretation of Waiting for Godot was success, especially amongst young audiences. Since 2015, it is being performed at Atelje 212 attracting a broader audience.