The premiere of the play ‘MILEVA’ will be shown at the Jovan Đorđević Stage of the Serbian National Theatre on 26 May, organized by Sterija’s Pozorje as part of the Heroines programme arch.
The 67th Sterijino Pozorje will be officially opened with the play ‘MILEVA’. Vojislav Brajović will give an opening speech at 8 p.m., and immediately after that, the play will commence on the Jovan Đorđević Stage at the Serbian National Theatre.
The play stars Ana Rudakijević, Olgica Nestorović, Pero Stojančević, Lea Jevtić, Stefan Beronja, Nikola Knežević, Sofija Mijatović, Biljana Keskenović, Srdjan Aleksić, Saša Torlaković, Ivana V. Jovanović, Danica Grubački, Milijana Makević Mirkov, and Nemanja Bakić.
Playwright: Jelena Kovačić
Music: Nenad Kovačić
Set design: Igor Vasiljev
Costume design: Biljana Grgur
Stage movement associate: Igor Koruga
Video work: Filip Mikić
The premiere of the play is scheduled for 26 May at Sterijino Pozorje, and on 7 June at the Sombor National Theatre.
Tickets for the play at the Serbian National Theatre can be reserved at the offices of Sterijino Pozorje (Zmaj Jovina Street 22/1). Ticket sales start on 12 May, also at the offices of Sterijino Pozorje, every workday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Admission price is 800 RSD (stalls) and 600 RSD (balcony).
The round tableon the play ‘MILEVA’ will be held in the upper lobby of the Pera Dobrinović stage in the Serbian National Theatre on 27 May at 11 a.m.
On the same day, 27 May, at 12.30 p.m., on the Chamber Stage of the Serbian National Theatre, the audience will have the opportunity to watch the documentary Mileva Project | The Documentary: Nothing Is Seen Favorably the Moment It Is Seen by the Chilean Colectivo Homónimo, which consists of three actresses and directors, Cecilia Yáñez, Melissa Brandt, and Valentina Parada. The film is comprised of three chapters that deal with three different topics: Mileva Marić, others like her, and the collective need to change the patriarchal paradigm.
Admission is free at the “Round Table on Mileva’s Play” and “Documentary Film Screening” events.
Foto: Nađa Repman