TREMBLING

The text deals with a broad topic, which touches upon the Russian and world theater, sending a universal message, comprehensible regardless of the barriers.

Director:

Nina Nikolikj

 

Author:

Dragana Lukan Nikoloski

 

Cast List:

Zorica Panchikj

Slobodanka Chichevska

Vesna Dimitrovska

Jordan Vitanov

 

Set and Costume Designer:

Meri Georgievska

 

Lighting Designer:

Petar Kochishki

 

Poster Designer:

Natasha Antonijevikj

                                                                  

Music:

Boris Minov

 

Premiere 07 October 2011

Theatre Jordan Hadzi Konstantinov - Dzinot

Duration: 70min

The play which serves as a basis for Trembling has been inspired by the love story of Anton Pavlovich Chekhov and the famous actress Olga Leonardovna Knipper and the correspondence between them. This is a feminine, highly aestheticized performance, minimalistic in terms of expression and selection of directorial, stage and acting means. The text deals with a broad topic, which touches upon the Russian and world theater, sending a universal message, comprehensible regardless of the barriers. The performance is unique and is based on two types of narratives, the first being the one typically seen on stage, and the other is storytelling through choreography, with little talking, but with a lot of movement and body language, used for depicting the most dramatic events. In short, through analysis of Chekov's life, Trembling tells one of the most beautiful feminine documentary stories of the world of theater, giving the audience the chance to witness a number of unknown events of the life of Chekhov and his time.   

 

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