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May 8 @ 6:00 pm
The premiere of the play “All March to Dance” will be held on Saturday, May 8 at 6 pm in the Youth Center – Skenderija, thus symbolically marking the historic place where all famous rock groups of the former Yugoslavia performed, including Bijelo dugme .
The performance is the result of the work of the International Dance Platform Balkan Dance Project, which brings together young, successful and promising choreographers, dancers and creators from the Western Balkans in order to strengthen, connect and connect the dance scene of the region.
This platform connects countries with a unique cultural identity and transmits their ideas through the universal language of dance, music and theater.
The energy of the performers, as well as their dedication to modern ballet, with music by Goran Bregović and imaginative choreography, are a guarantee of a fresh and innovative theatrical experience. The executive producer of the play is Natasa Hajdarevic in front of the Association “Let’s Live Ballet” from Sarajevo.
Association “Živimo Balet” in cooperation with international partners Festival Velenje from Slovenia, as well as with the support of the Youth Center Skenderija, as part of the dance platform Balkan Dance Project worked on the dance project “All March to Dance” inspired by the eternal music of White Button choreographed by Igor Kirov and the dramaturgy of Goran Golovko.
This Association is actively involved in the promotion of the dance movement, new theater tendencies and audience education. In addition, he is the executive producer of the Balkan Dance Project dance platform for productions in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The dance performance “Everybody March to Dance” introduces us to an eclectic fictional world in which the songs of the cult ex-Yu band Bijelo Dugme become the basis for telling the story of one time and one generation.
As the theme of most of Bijelo Dugme’s songs is love, we cannot escape the fact that the backbone of this play will be love and love relationships, from those who crave to those who live and those who are exhaling or belong to the nostalgic reflection of their heroes. .
The plot of this dynamic dance show is roughly set in an imaginary youth work brigade during a summer work action in the first half of the 1980s. The dramaturgy of the play is by Goran Golovko, the choreography is signed by the Macedonian choreographer Igor Kirov.
The play features Bosnian actor Emir Fejzic, as well as professional dancers from BiH (Zulejha Keco, Branko Mitrovic, Teodora Radivojevic, Ana Kuzmanovic), Serbia (Luka Zivkovic, Jaksa Filipovac), Croatia (Andy Schroetter) and Slovenia (Mojca Majcen).
The project is supported by the Velenje Festival, the City of Celje, the Macedonian Ministry of Culture and the City of Skopje, the City of Sarajevo, Centar Sarajevo Municipality, Borovo-Vukovar Factory, Alma Ras, Kljuc Socks Factory, Sarajevo Brewery, Penny Plus, and many other project friends.
If the epidemiological situation allows, the Prime Minister will be held in the presence of the audience. If that is not possible, the premiere will be held only in the presence of the media.