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THE TOWN IS GROWING

“THE TOWN IS GROWING” is a story of a girl that had an accident. The story unfolds from a letter that girl’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 “awake”, sent the letter in the media. The story of the girl becomes a super-story in the media.

This project has been funded by:

OPIC, SIDA, ECF and US Office in Prishtina do not necessarily share the views expressed in this play. Responsibility for its contents rests entirely with the authors.

PRESS

Title: Theatrical protest for negative occurrences and phenomena of the everyday life

“Black& 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 life”

“An event that can happen everyday in our surrounding, becomes a main theme of this story, which in the play “The town is growing” takes the dimensions of an artistic protest against negative occurrences and phenomena that have filled up our everyday life”

“We must emphasize once more, their transformable power from a role to another role and from a character to another character … Especially, we must emphasize a very interesting solution – the light-shadow …”

(Albana Beqiri / Zëri – 2nd March 2007)

Title: “Awareness for all”

“The communication between the play and the audience was made possible thanks to an excellent acting of the actors”

“ODA offers warmth...”

(Arlindë Bytyqi / Iliria Post – 2nd March 2007)

Title: “A contemporary staging”

“I liked the idea that finally theatre is in the function of the society and talks about everyday problems that we have” … “

(Manik Begolli / Lajm - 2nd March 2007)

Director

Florent Mehmeti

Writer

Jeton Neziraj

Cast

Ilire Çelaj, Arben I. Kastrati, Luan Jaha, Adrian Morina dhe Naser Rafuna

Scenography

Petrit Bakalli

Music

Ilir Bajri

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