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26.12.2019

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Death to Fascism! On Heroes and Freedom

A documentary play in the memory of Ivo Lola and the Ribar family.

This is a documentary theatre play, but not a biographical drama.

Concept, directing and dramaturgy

Milena Bogavac

Co-authors and performers: Đorđe Živadinović Grgur, Nina Nešković, Strahinja Blažić, Sunčica Milanović, Nikola Živanović

Producers: Vlatko Sekulović, Branimir Brkljač

Executive producer: Aneta Goranović

Original music: Dragoljub Đuričić

Scenic movement and choreography: Andreja Kulešević

Costume design: Ivana Nestorović

Video: Ivan Stojiljković

Visual identity and design: Slavimir Stojanović

Photography: Jelena Janković

Expert consultant: Srđan Milošević

Consultants: Olga Manojlović Pintar, Milovan Pissari, Maja Maksimović, Aleksandar Sekulović, Mila Turajlić, Miloš Baković Jadžić, Matija Jovanović, Jelena Veljić, Jana Šarić, Ivan Mandić, Muharem Bazdulj, Branislav Grubački, Vojislav Arsić, Vladan Čelebonović, Dunja Badnjević i Ruža Ristanović

Light desigm: Arijan Igić

Sound design: Jovan Bulat

Organisors: Dunja Đokić, Marina Umihanić

Production: Reflektor teatar

Co-producers: UK Parobrod, Beograd; FIAT, Podgorica; Firchie Think Thank Studio, Novi Sad, AKUD Ivo Lola Ribar, Beograd i Mokrin House, Mokrin

This is a documentary theatre play, but not a biographical drama.

Researching the story of Ivo Lola Ribar, his family, his fiancée Sloboda Trajković, as well as the whole generation of young people who gave their lives in the fight against fascism, the authors of the play want to say, first of all, something about their generation; themselves; today’s heroes and the ideals they believe in. About how they understand the struggle against fascism today and what the story of the Ribar family means to them personally; in a contemporary political moment marked by historical revisionism and the strengthening of nationalist currents, in the region as well as throughout Europe.

In this play, no one will play Lola, but everyone will talk about him and the ways in which the society in which we live preserves or rejects its memory of this hero.

 

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