|Macedonian National Theatre|
|NATIONAL THEATRE SARAJEVO [ BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA ]|
The play “Kraljevo” by Miroslav Krlezha, directed by Gradimir Goyer and staged at the Sarajevo National Theatre cannot be experienced as integral spectacle of theater colors and stage glow identifying it with the “Kraljevo” directed by Dino Radojevich. They are two different approaches on two different time scales.
While the simultaneous action in the play performed by the Gavela Drama Theatre once was untouchable idealism, Goyer’s optics is overwhelmed with poetical relations in the sense of Legend by Krlezha. Goyer doesn’t write texts; he collages them the same way the experts on Krlezha recommend... They say that in this case, this is not a concrete canonic entirety, but a poetic material which theatre entireties are made of.
This show was made by the core of the poetic essence of Miroslav Krlezha, but with strong beliefs in my actors as the highest principle of both the modern theatre and the theatre in general.
This play’s synthetic nature is made by its figurativeness, artistic energy and brilliant text, which was not ruined by age, on the contrary it was enriched by it.
Prof. dr. Zehra Kreho, dramaturg
set and costumes:
members of the ballet ansamble of the National Theatre: