LEGENDS THAT STILL LIVE! Exhibition of portraits of the good Serbian actor within the corridor of the Kikinda Nationwide Theater, CAPTIVE ATTENTION!
The greats of film acting, legends that still live, and who have left an indelible mark in Serbian cinematography and culture, adorn the foyer of the National Theater in Kikinda as a combination of stage and fine arts. The exhibition in Kikinda consists of 41 out of about 70 portraits of local actresses and actors, which were made in various painting techniques.
– The authors of the paintings are young artists, and the exhibition is part of a project that began with a competition for production
portrait of the actors of the Center for Culture “Veljko Dugošević” from Rabrovo near Kučevo and the Association
citizens “Žanka Stokić” who is the initiator of this whole idea and has become part of the permanent exhibition in
To the small hall of the House of Culture in Rabrovo – said playwright Bojana Marić, in charge of marketing
at the Kikinda National Theater.
GP Bojana Marić
Serbian actress Žanka Stokić has spent a significant part of her life in Rabrovo, where the Theater Festival “Women in Honor. She, but also Mira Stupica, Zoran Radmilović, Milena Dravić, Dragan Nikolić, Mihajlo Janketić, Rahela Ferrari and many other greats of film and theater are traveling around the cities of Serbia, and the exhibition has been a guest at the most important film and theater festivals so far.
– Visitors will be able to come to the theater on a slightly different occasion, to see pictures, not plays. The people of Kikinda have the opportunity to see the most famous Serbian actors who marked the theater and television scene – said Milena Zivkov, a member of the City Council for Education and Culture.
SISTER DEJANA IN TEARS! I was protecting my Jovana, but I couldn’t protect her on the fateful day!
SISTER DEJANA IN TEARS: I always took care of my Jovana, but on that fateful day I could not protect her
VN Milena Zhivkov
Thanks to the exhibition, the greats of Serbian acting are again present on stages throughout Serbia. Symbolically, with the end of the production on June 11, after a several-month break due to kovid, the actors of the Kikinda National Theater return to the boards that mean life with the play “Ordinacija”, written by Slobodan Simić and directed by Nenad Gvozdenović.
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