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Urbán András

ONCE UPON A TIME IN NOVI SAD

MINORITY EXTRAVAGANZA WITH SINGING, DANCING AND INDIANS

Director: Urbán András

Duration of the perfomance: 115 minutes

* With Serbian subtitles
MAY
26
20:00
SUNDAY
WE ARE VISITING
JUN
27
21:00
THURSDAY
WE ARE VISITING
Author Urbán András
Duration: 115 min
Premiere: 01.27.2024
Warning: In the show we use smoke, dry-ice, heavy lights and stroboscope-like effects. Please, consider this when approaching the show.

At the night after a show celebrating the 50th anniversary of a theatre, the actors stay in the theatre building, waiting for the morning. In the hungover fog they hallucinate (or not?) the audience, the music, the ghosts of the past and the india… indigenous Americans. Once Upon a time in Novi Sad is a lot of dance and singing, but also looking at the mirror and seeing who we are and why do we make theatre.

Students of the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad: Szalai Bence
And: Tibor Bába and Darko Kolbas, Bagi Natália, Dedovity Tomity Lea, Greguss Lilla, Gusztony Endre
Valamint : Darko Kolbas és Bába Tibor
Dramaturgist: Tamaš Olah
Composer: Arpad Serda
Choreographer: Kristijan Đenge
Scenographer: Marija Kalabić
Costume: Senka Ranisavljević
Director's associate: Lénárd Róbert, Puskás Zoltán
Poster design: Baráth Ferenc
Répétiteur: Klemm Dávid
Stage manager, prompter: Čila Lovaš
Light engineer: Majoros Róbert
Band: Ozsvár Róbert, Szalai Bence, Dienes Ákos, Klemm Dávid
Lights: Stefan Milošević
Sound: Zelenka Antal, Vukašin Vojvodić
Photos: Srđan Doroški
Makeup/hairdresser: Bojana Kolarević

Notes

About the show

The talent of this ensemble is, as mentioned, incredibly impressive. They act, dance, and sing (all at the same time!). Once Upon a Time in Novi Sad is a celebration of theatre and a tribute to the theatre, a magnificent cabaret party that also speaks about the problems of cultural institution in a non-pathetic way, acknowledging its flaws, even mocking them, criticizing its mistakes, delighting with its charm, and admitting that the theatre needs the audience as much as the audience needs the theatre. This performance is, ultimately, a great thank-you note for the theatre and the audience. - Divna Stojanov, SeeStage

Funders of the show: The Cultural Council of the City of Novi Sad, Hungarian National Fond

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