April 2024

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April 11th

at 8 PM

April 20th

at 8 PM


Fiddler on the Roof

The famous musical Violinist on the Roof is back in Belgrade. Story about love, dramatic farewells and dramatic misunderstandings, that all take place in the whirlwind of a bad historical moment. With characters who, with their optimism, persist in their unwavering faith in the future. This funny and emotional story is presented to us by impressive cast of actors/singers and orchestra “Shira Utfila”.

Directed by Stefan Sablić

Set and costume design: Boris Čakširan

Cast: Nebojša Ljubišić, Branislava Podrumac, Ivan Jevtović, Dragana Đukić, Miloš Vlalukin, Staša Nikolić, Vedran Borovčanin, Lea Savin and Ognjen Malušić, alternating with Peter Đurđević

Orchestra Shira Utfila: Dragana Anđelić Bunjac, Filip Krumes, Srdjan Đorđević, Goran Milošević, Stefan Sablić and Sinan Aćifović

As “Violinist on the Roof”: Tea Đorđević

April 21st

at 8:00 pm

On the occasion of commemorating the day of remembrance for the victims of the Holocaust

Address Unknown

The book “Address unknown” belongs to one of those great and irreplaceable books about the Holocaust like Diary of Anne Frank (1947) and Spillmann’s Pianist (1996). It belongs to one of those unavoidable documents which speak about the Mechanism of creation and continuity of Fascism as new, little known pestilence, on European political stage. The meaning of this literary work is reflected in its revival and in the revival that other similar literary works, like Spillmann’s “Pianist”, have had in our days. All this because of fatal attraction of fascism as a theory suitable for all kinds of radicalism, systematic violence, intolerance towards minorities, their way of life and behavior, xenophobia, anti-Semitism, racism and every religious or other exclusiveness. The strong current interest of this drama shows that fascism and Holocaust didn’t disappear, they just changed the place and form of appearance.

Directed, translated and adapted by Stefan Sablic

Costume designer: Zora Mojsilovic

Cast: Martin Schulse – Ivan Jevtović, Max Eisentein – Stefan Trifunović

April 24th

at 8:00 pm

Theatrical play

Teibele and Her Demon

Isaac Bashevis Singer was a Polish-born Jewish-American novelist, He wrote exclusively in his mother tongue, Yiddish about his fellow Jews with whom he lived in Poland, and then about Jewish migrants in America. This was originally short story which was later adapted for theater by the author.

Directed by: Stefan Sablić

Cast: Milena Radulović, Dragan Petrović, Vukašin Jovanović i Stefan Sablić

Set designer and costume designer: Gordana Angelovski

Lighting design: Marko Radulović