by TCRN Staff
Will it be so cruel contemporary society that cares more about the appearance that the potential that someone can have in your heart?
Perhaps there is no absolute truth that answers that question, but at least there’s love Phaedra.
This is an adaptation for the stage of a text by Sarah Kane with which the Yugoslav Drama Theater, representing Serbia, is visible under the International Arts Festival (FIA) 2010.
The work will begin at 8:30 pm in the Theater of Dance, located within the National Cultural Center (Cenac).
Tickets cost ¢ 3,000 (general) and ¢ 1,500 (students and seniors). The play is suitable for 18 years. Love, love, love. “Phaedra’s Love is the adaptation to the theater director Iva Milosevic made the text Phaedra’s Love by Sarah Kane, author of worship internationally.
Sarah Kane reflects on issues such as the redemptive love, sexual desire, pain, torture, physical and mental-and even death.
The adaptation of Milosevic raises questions as contemporary as where are the limits of suffering in a society that worships youth and consumerism. Past and present. These guests have a great past and a good present.
The Yugoslav Drama Theater or Jugoslovensko dramsko pozor (JDP) was founded in 1947 with the idea of attracting the dramatic talents of the entire Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. His idea was to be the counterpart of the Moscow art theater.
JDP directors have stood out for its innovative new interpretations of national and international classical drama. Even in times of social turmoil, the JDP received works of contemporary writers all over Yugoslavia.