Duration 2h 10 min no interval
Première 03.04.2018.

Yugoslav Drama Theatre first opened its doors on 3rd April, 1948 with a production of The King of Betajnova, directed by Bojan Stupica. Seventy years have passed since then and this play by Cankar – a story of hoarding wealth regardless of human and divine laws, about deception and crimes on which private little empires are built, about hypocrisy and corruptibility of the church, about a fearful and blinded community prepared to live with injustice and mendacity, about an individual’s helpless fervour for rebellion, continues to move and disturb us with its cruel truths and depth, only this time under the direction of Milan Nešković.

Guest performances were given at Prešeren Theatre in Kranj during the Week of Slovenian Drama and at the Slovene National Theatre in Ljubljana and Nenad Jezdić received the April Award of the City of Belgrade for his performance.

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Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic
Photo: Nenad Petrovic