Aziz ili Svadba koja je spasila Zapad

Aziz ili Svadba koja je spasila Zapad

Predrag Lucić, prominent Croatian prose writer and poet, journalist and publisher, but also, although less known, a theatre director who abandoned his original profession but not the theatre. With the Aziz, a witty and wise tragicomedy, which he himself defines as a "comedie franchise by the motives of Bertold Brecht's Respectable Wedding", he returns to the theatre thematising in his well-known anarchic manner the topic of the different and diverse as well as prejudices and fears of the contemporary globalized world: scared not so much by the unknown that this 'different' really brings, as by our own mental clichés. Since Lucić has already been awarded Judita prize at the 63rd Split Summer Festival, it is time for the theatre audience to be rewarded with the theatre stage adaptation of this play.

Director Dino Mustafić
Dramaturgist Željka Udovičić Pleština
Set Designer Dragutin Broz
Costume Designer Lejla Hodžić
Choreographer Gjergi Prevazi
Music Tamara Obrovac
Rehearser Ana Šabašov
Video art  Rino Barbir
Light Designer Zoran Mihanović i Siniša Jakovčević
Sound Designer Tomislav Luetić
Stage Manager Frane Smoljo
Jean-Pierre Tischler, bridegroom Stipe Radoja
Genevieve Genf, bride Katarina Romac
Waldemar De Crédence, bride's father Nikola Ivošević
Bernardette, bride's sister Monika Vuco
Hildegard De Foie Gras, bridegroom's mother Tajana Jovanović
Ottmar Sarabande, Jean's friend Marjan Nejašmić Banić
Madleine Bierbrau, a woman Nives Ivanković
Giscard Bierbrau, her husband Nenad Srdelić
Georges  Tzara, a young man Davor Pavić
Aziz, unknown Nikša Arčanin
Three wise men:  
Balthazar Vicko Bilandžić
Caspar Ivo Perkušić
Melchior Ivan Baranović
Gibril, melek Mia Čotić
Gabrijel, the angel Zdeslav Čotić

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