One of the most powerful, bravest and most lucid plays by one of the greatest playwrights in the history of French and world theatre. This play about hypocrisy, at the time when it was written, was banned by the same hypocrites it talks about because of its provocative impertinence and free minded lucidity. In the hands of Egon Savin, it becomes a story of the fate of a man faced with pressures and an unbearable claustrophobia of his own existence who decides to seek comfort in blind faith, placing everything in its service, forgetting that, just like all fake paradises, this faith will eventually turn into real Hell.
The production was invited to Days of Satire festival in Zagreb, Sarajevo Winter Festival and International Small Scenes Theatre Festival in Rijeka.
For his portrayal of Orgon, Boris Isaković received the Raša Plaović award (best role of the season in Belgrade theatres) and a Veljko Maričić award (International Small Scenes Theatre Festival in Rijeka). For the role of Dorine, Anita Mančić won the Ljubinka Bobić award presented by the Association of Drama Artists of Serbia.