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20 Years of Performance ''Sad Prince''

Title::20 Years of Performance ''Sad Prince''
Date of Issue:30.04.2018.
Author:Nebojsa Djumic
Type edition:commemorative
Printing techniques:multicolour offset
Paper:muflep 100g
Printing House:Forum, Novi Sad


Motive:part of the scene from the performance
Catalogue no.:763
Perforation:13 3/4
Face value:0.90 BAM
Quantity:10 000

The Show The show written by Predrag Bjelosevic and directed by Biserka Kolevska Sofia was first premiered in Children’s Theatre of Republic of Srpska on the 30thof April 1998 and it celebrates its twentieth birthday this year.The Show The show opened the door for the Children’s Theatre of Republic of Srpska as well as for the culture of Republic of Srpska to perform in the most famous theatres in England, Russian Federation, Italy, Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Turkey, Serbia, Montenegro and BIH. A contemporary shadow theatre show, “Sad Prince” won numerous awards, medals and special acknowledgments at the most prestigious international festivals for children and adults. Some of them are Grand Prix at The Festival of Yugoslav Theatres for Children in Kotor, 1998; Participation in the 32nd BITEF, The Selection of Top Ten European Shows for Adults, Belgrade, 1998;, Award for the best performance at The International Puppet Festival in Perugia, Italy, 2001; and Medal of the city of Colmurano,Italy2002. It also received a great number of special awards at international festivals in Bielsko-Biala (Poland), Varna (Bulgaria), Subotica (Serbia), Omsk (Russia), as well as many other awards and recognitions for direction, scenography, and acting.

The show Sad Prince featuring actors of the Children’s Theatre of Republic of Srpska was made into film by National Television of Bulgaria, in Sofia, in 1999.

It is important to point out that the Children’s Theatre of Republic of Srpska was the first cultural institution crossing the imaginary entity border in Bosnia and Herzegovina by performing this very show, “Sad Prince”, in Youth Theatre within the program of Sarajevo Winter Festival in 2000. . . ... .

Author: Nebojsa Djumic

Publisher: Poste Srpske a.d. Banjaluka

Cooperation: Children’s Theatre of Republic of Srpska, general manager Predrag Bjelosevic, MA

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