He is not able to button up, tie his shoe laces, cut the meat on his plate. It is difficult for him to get on the bus, kick the ball, draw a skater. His Mum and Dad are worried and tired, and the doctor is demanding and overwhelmed with her problems. People in the street pity and move away from him as much as they can, while his school mates make fun of and avoid him. They call him Kljaka (Gimp), although he has a nice name Jovan.
Seeking to present to young people the magic of first love, but also to figure out their fears, hopes and sufferings, the performance “A Blonde Lock of Hair” follows in a modern way the growing up and fate of a generation in our country.
The idea for the play “Swindlers” derived from the short story "Two Coins" from the collection of Vuk Stefanović Karadžić. The play “Swindlers”, like any other work of art meant to last, avoids direct pedagogical tone, despite addressing primarily young audience.
The show about teenagers for teenagers deals with the phase of life in which we work, talk and think as if nobody had ever existed before us, and the music is perceived as a matter of "life and death”. The show “Teenage Club / Facts on Growing Up” is created as part of the project “Future” implemented by Uppsala Stadsteater from Sweden and Little Theatre Duško Radović.
A romantic comedy in which the families of two priests live in harmony until a young teacher appears in their lives and both families see him as a perfect groom for their daughters. The central plot and numerous complications reported by a village gossip are based on the love adventures of priests’ daughters Jula and Melanija, country boy Šaca and "dream groom" Pera.