THE TOWN IS GROWING
â€œTHE TOWN IS GROWINGâ€ is a story of a girl that had an accident. The story unfolds from a letter that girlâ€™s father has dropped in the complaint box. A persistent father searching for justice for his daughter, faces many officials and doctors. A cleaner from City Council, who is told that dreams â€œawakeâ€, sent the letter in the media. The story of the girl becomes a super-story in the media.
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Title: Theatrical protest for negative occurrences and phenomena of the everyday life
â€œBlack& White contrast of the set later in the play proved to be the black & white reality that we live, with no nuances and refinements of a normal lifeâ€
â€œAn event that can happen everyday in our surrounding, becomes a main theme of this story, which in the play â€œThe town is growingâ€ takes the dimensions of an artistic protest against negative occurrences and phenomena that have filled up our everyday lifeâ€
â€œWe must emphasize once more, their transformable power from a role to another role and from a character to another character â€¦ Especially, we must emphasize a very interesting solution â€“ the light-shadow â€¦â€
(Albana Beqiri / Zëri â€“ 2nd March 2007)
Title: â€œAwareness for allâ€
â€œThe communication between the play and the audience was made possible thanks to an excellent acting of the actorsâ€
â€œODA offers warmth...â€
(Arlindë Bytyqi / Iliria Post â€“ 2nd March 2007)
Title: â€œA contemporary stagingâ€
â€œI liked the idea that finally theatre is in the function of the society and talks about everyday problems that we haveâ€ â€¦ â€œ
(Manik Begolli / Lajm - 2nd March 2007)