Manual Lactrice et lalibi (French Edition)

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The common matter is; not abiding by the limits of genre, flexibility of dramatic structure to interventions, rewriting, dramaturgical and directorial interpretations when translating to the stage language. Along with drama writing, I am also a dramaturge of many performances of contemporary theater. Also, I have done many dramatizations and adaptations.

I worked on a large number of radio-dramas, dramatizations and adaptations for the medium of radio. Along with theater, radio has been very useful in drama writing. Why was I doing so much? How useful was it to new generations?

The audience? A writer cannot provide an exact, precisely formulated answer. And even to a theatrologist eludes the entirely, theoretically established analysis, or it happens to be relative to the context and currents of drama literature. Maybe the most exact being: my fascination with drama and theater. Which, over time, became and stayed the love of my life.

She continues life and work in Sarajevo until today. She also writes radio-dramas, TV dramas and scripts, critique and essays from the area of theater arts, literature and fine arts.

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She is a dramaturge, a dramatist and adaptor of many performances of contemporary theater. She wrote and published 15 books of poetry and prose, 7 drama texts, 10 books of poetry and prose for children. Center of BiH. She won many awards and acknowledgements in literature and theater studies. It all started from the news of the International Pillow Fight Day that has been marked in over cities withno incidents. How should that appeal to a Sarajevan citizen who not too long ago lived and suffered through the siege spanning almost four years, under countless falling grenades, shot each day and night from surrounding hills, sniper fire, and the horror and terror of war, without any fighting pillows?

Implicitly, through the dramatic activity and the ticking of a broken old wall clock, a typical Sarajevan family in transition will show what happens in the aftermath of war, while the rest of humanity for the most part regularly marks the aforementioned International Pillow Fight Day. This Family is the main protagonist. Mama, from Belgrade and married sometime in the past in Sarajevo, a dear and somewhat demented old lady; Hedija, the pre-war neighbor and war widow, a living example of a perishing former neighborhood; Una and Ena, daughters to Emin and Emilia, twins.

Time, Life and Death quickly running out, interplay in the breakdown of the Family which is entering some new kind of form. This is also one image of contemporary Sarajevo. Sad, bitter and powerless, for those with a taste for it. Nisam profesionalni pisac. Ja sam glumac po profesiji i upoznat sam sa mehanizmima potrebnim da bi se stvorio dramski komad.

Za njih granice su morbidni spomenik propalom snu. Za druge granica je simbol slobode, uspjeha, ponosa, pobjede I heroizma. Jugoslovenski narodi zamijenili su jednu propalu utopiju drugom: Evropskom Unijom.

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Ohrabruju nas da ostvarimo svoje snove. Diplomirao je Glumu na Akademiji scenskih umjetnosti u Sarajevu, u klasi prof. Ermina Brave, I never went to school to become a writer for theatre. My first and to this day only published play was created out of need to speak out about certain issues which dominate the society in my country, but which are somewhat obscured, mostly by our complex past, ethnic and religious divisions. As an actor I came across and dealt with eternal human issues friendship, love, enmity, death, God etc. I tried to deal with this frames in my first piece, and will continue this analysis in the future.

In Yugoslav context the idea of a border means something special. It means a lot more. For some it is a symbol of destruction, loss, national madness, warfare and plain stupidity. For them, those lines are a morbid monument of a broken dream. For others, border symbolizes freedom, success, pride, victory and heroism. For them, borders are a symbol of downed totalitarianism. For people of all generations literally from 16 to 60 , who learn German in language courses across the country, border is just an obstacle.

In reality, people are trying to cross those zig zagging red lines for a better future. Everybody dreams about a future beyond them. Yugoslav peoples substituted one utopia which is defunct now, with a new one: European Union.

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And, as so many people across Asia and Africa, are trying to penetrate fortress Europe, the powerhouse of the world. Encouraging us to pursue our dreams. Sometimes I feel borders are never really meant to be open. Sometimes I even feel they are alive, invisible but present, slowly squeezing us in our circled islands, until we all suffocate.

His graduate performance based on the novel by George Orwell was included in the repertoire of Sarajevo War Theatre where it performed until Ithakas is his first play. Main characters of this piece are four friends in their late twenties : Jacob, Masha, Nechko and Del boy. They meet in a decrepit pub owned by one of them Del boy.

They are only guests there and have their usual routine which is disrupted when Jacob announces that he is leaving for Germany. This creates rapture in their relationship. The fifth member of the gang is an old man called Miki aged He is a retired actor and wanders around the town reciting poetry to unsuspecting people. He comes and goes as he wants. The rest of the gang considers him some kind of prophet and patiently listens to his poetic rants. He actually serves as an anti-prophet, having insight only in things past.

Nerazdvojan par, kao Sherlock Holmes i Dr. An inseparable couple, like Sherlock Holmes and Dr. He graduated from elementary and high school in Sarajevo, after which he enrolled in the Academy of Performing Arts and in graduated from the Department of Dramaturgy.

As a dramaturge he worked on numerous plays realized in BiH theaters and wrote theater critique and reviews in Sarajevo-based magazines. He is classified in the Anthology of BH drama of the 20 th century for his dramas, as well as the French anthology of contemporary European drama. Jer tada, poput korova nekontrolisano raste. I started writing because I had to explain the world around me, and to explain myself to myself in that world. I guess that was the first border I had crossed. I exited myself and confronted with all that had surrounded me, ready to understand and to be open toward all those different occurrences and experiences.

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In order to protect ourselves, we set-up various borders, copying how states defend their territories, that which we consider our own. And by defending, we are setting up greater and stronger borders, limiting ourselves and closing ourselves in. We are convinced we are protected this way, guarded from enemies, and developing our world, the inner one. And such impoverished spirit makes us isolate and set-up walls.

Today, we are living in a world full of borders, those visible and those that are only felt, and oftentimes they are hardest to overpass, as they constantly shift and elude us. Sometimes art does exactly that, it detects those invisible borders, brings them to consciousness, because in order for an individual and society to overcome those borders, they must first recognize them, accept them, and only then tear them down and erase them.

Until then, we will live in an illusion that there are no borders, that we are open, ready for exchange, on the outside. Because then, like weeds, it grows uncontrollably. To think and create outside borders means to feel the strength and power that those borders possess, because fear rules inside, paranoia, from which conservative, even fascist views easilygrow over everything that is beyond them.

And about state, political borders — art has never recognized them, nor will it ever begin to. Each day, every art lover passes them without a passport, avoiding any form of discrimination. The spirit travels unburdened by the matter of borders. He graduated from the Department of Dramaturgy of the Academy of Performing Arts in Sarajevo, where now he works as an assistant on the subjects Dramaturgy and Theater Writing.

A grocer in a local grocery store killed himself. In fact, tried to. Maybe he had succeeded in his intent. Nobody knows exactly. Thinking about his suicide brings them to question their own relationships with those closest to them, the world around them, and themselves. His affection towards theatre first emerged when he read the plays of Beckett and Ionesco at high school.

He studied acting at Halic University Conservatory and graduated in He then went on to write his second play, Kasap The Butcher , which was originally planned to be staged as a short-term project but is still being performed due to great reviews and a strong demand from the public. Afterwards, he wrote his third play, He-go , in which he is also starring. These two last plays are still being performed in Istanbul. He is also working as a screenwriter. In a barber shop somewhere in the middle-east where haircuts are currently being done according to a precise measurement called 11 to 11, in an era when it is forbidden to hold opposing arguments in public places and when barber shops are labeled as base camps of resistance, the owner of a barber shop, Nadir, continues to render his services under new regulations.

He will not only be forced to bear the pressure of the system but also to face his past and fears. As the barber shop is yearning to be the nest of different opinions, Nadir will have to make a crucial choice: either he shall yield or change.