The performance 'Bacchus: Agave' is an adaptation of the ancient tragedy 'Bacchus' by Euripides. The production entirely strips away the divine and mythological elements from the text, instead situating the narrative of Agave and Dionysus within the context of the tragic lives of ordinary mortals.
A performance dealing with the breakdown of intimate worlds. Gathered under the roof of the house, where the destruction of their common, family world happened, the three characters of the play, reveal their individual breakdowns to each other.
The short animated film Ivica & Marica is inspired by the European classic of children's literature Hansel and Gretel by the Brothers Grimm. It was created during the pandemic lockdown in domestic conditions, and was fully realized by two artists.
Krapp’s Last Tape is a play about a lonely man, isolated from the world, who listens to old recorded tapes on his 69th birthday. One recording has a special meaning for him, the one in Box three – spool five! It presents him, a middle-aged Krapp thirty years earlier, on his 39th birthday.
The fact that Macedonian and Bosnian actors play in their mother tongues gives a special dimension to the concept in terms of the game of speech, the interrelationship between related languages and the communication on stage that makes this play exciting and attractive to watch.
"Belgrade Trilogy" - a play about the reasons for leaving one's own country, but also about the reality that a person faces outside of it.