Slavija 2018 – Gruzija

GRUZIJA / GEORGIA
DRŽAVNO OMLADINSKO POZORIŠTE „NODAR DUMBADZE”/ STATE yOUTH THEATRE “NODAR DUMBADZE”
Tbilisi

Viljem Šekspir / William Shakespeare
„MNOGO VIKE NI OKO ČEGA” / “MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING”

Adaptacija i režija / Adapted and Directed – Dimitri Khvtisiashvili
Scenograf / Stage Designer – Lomgul Murusidze
Koreografija / Choreography – Gia Margania
Muzika / Music – Zurab Gagloshvili

Igraju / Cast
BENEDETO / Benedict – Nika Nanitashvili
BEATRIČE / Beatrice – Tamara Chanukvadze
KLAUDIO / Claudio – Giorgi Jikuridze
HERA / Hero –  MariamChukhrukidze
Leonato – Irakli Gogoladze
Don Pedro – Nika Faikridze
DON DŽON / Don Jon – Vano Dugladze
MARGARETA / Margaret –Salome Tsurtsumia
DRENJINA / Dogberry – Davit Khahidze
MONAH FRANCISKUS / Friar Francis – Vachtang Nozadze
BORAČO / Borachio – Giorgi Shavgulidze
KONRAD / Conrad – Shalva Antelava
Ursula –Tamar Tkemaladze
Verges – Irakli Gogoladze

„Režiser nam u predstavi nudi zanimljivu umetničku formu – trupa putujućih glumaca dolazi u grad u kojem ranije nije bila. Spontano odlučuju da prikažu komediju Viljema Šekspira „Mnogo vike ni oko čega“ i šou počinje. Nije određena tačna lokacija ili konkretna epoha, režiser koristi široki prostor i postiže sjajan umetnički efekat sa minimalnom scenografijom i detaljima.
Predstava je puna mladalačkog temperamenta i profesionalne glume. Jedan klasični komad je stavljen u savremeni kontekst, a pritom je zadržana celokupma šekspirovska melodija govora, osećanja i strasti.”
Ana Mirianašvili, kritičar

“Much Ado about Nothing” is one of the best performances of State Youth Theatre and that is why the hall is always full of audience, spectators of all generations.
“In the performance, the director offers us an interesting artistic form – a company of wandering actors visits a city they have never visited before, they spontaneously decide to present a play by William Shakespeare “Much Ado about Nothing” and the show begins. There is no precise location or specific epoch, the director uses wide space and gets great artistic effect with just minimal decoration and details. For instance – an ordinary ladder turns into a boat, balcony, chair or even a church altar.
The performance is full of young temperament and professional acting at the same time. A classic play is put into contemporary meaning, although whole Shakespearean melody of speech, emotion and passion still remain.”
Anna Mirianashvili, Critic