“HORMONI”


Gradsko pozorište Podgorica

                                                                                                                                                         Večernja scena/Sezona 2014.

Hormoni 

Tekst: Mila Mašović

Režija: Alisa Stojanović

Scenograf:Darko Nedeljković

Kostimograf: Jelisaveta Tatić Čuturilo

Kompozitor: Ivan Brkljačić

Igraju:

   ČUPAVA, trudnica………………………………..Katarina Krek

      LUNE, njen muž……………………………………Dejan Đonović

      PRINCEZA, trudnica……………………………..Sanja  Popović

BUDIMIR (BADŽA), njen muž……………….Branko Ilić

           NAČITANA, trudnica…………………………….Ivana Mrvaljević

            (njena) MAMA……………………………………….Dubravka Drakić

       SMILJKA, trudnica………………………………..Branka Femić

         SANELA, trudnica…………………………………Andrea Mugoša

    ELVIS, njen muž……………………………………Emir Ćatović

                                                           DOKTORKA………………………………………….Ivona Čović Jaćimović/Smiljana Martinović

     BABICA………………………………………………..Maja Šarenac

              MLAĐI DEŽURNI………………………………….Darko Bjelobrković

  

RIJEČ REDITELJA

Drama “Hormoni” privukla me je svojom temom ali , pre svega, stilom pisanja mlade autorke Mile Mašovic. Kratke i britke rečenice, otmeni, diskretni crni humor, efikasnost i jednostavnost jezika replika i dogadjaja, kritički , a ne agresivan odnos prema problemima ovog vremena.

Verujem da je zadatak svakog ozbiljnog pozorišta da prati i analizira vreme u kojem radi i živi i da otkriva nove kreativce. Zato je ovo hrabar repertoarski potez Gradskog pozorišta.

Ovu dramu sam predlozila bas Gradskom pozorištu jer ima strukturu za ansambl-predstavu, koja trazi disciplinu, ozbiljnost i timski rad. Ansambl ovog pozorišta ima taj potencijal.

Alisa Stojanović

RIJEČ PISCA

U modernom društvu pitanje ’pravljenja porodice’ odavno nije moderno pitanje, a ipak je to ono čime se ovaj komad bavi. „Hormoni“ treba da nas nateraju da se zapitamo ima li uopšte smisla maštati o porodici iz ženskog ugla, odnosno ima li porodica uopšte više značaja za nas. Još jedno od pitanja koga se dotičemo je da li zaista postoji neka razlika između tradicionalne muško – ženske porodice i moderne porodice koju mogu činiti najrazličitiji parovi – različiti u smislu staleža, obrazovanja, roda i pola. Ovaj komad preispitiuje ideju o ’majčinstvu’. Majčinstvo se po navici poistovećuje sa ’urođenim materinskim instinktom’. Istina je da majčinska ljubav nije nešto što izleti iz žene zajedno sa detetom. Ova ljubav je nešto što se neguje i razvija. Ona je uvek posledica određene zrelosti. Onda kada nema te zrelosti, dešavaju se tragedije. Uzroke takvih nesreća ne treba tražiti u ’iskvarenoj prirodi’ žene, već u lošim okolnostima i životnim nedaćama koje su ih navele da ne osećaju ništa, čak ni prema svom detetu. Suočavanje sa rađanjem kao činom ima za cilj da natera gledaoce da se zapitaju šta je to humano u čoveku, a šta animalno. Ovo je važno zato što samo ona društva koja su u stanju da jasno uvide razliku između ovih dveju sila suprotstavljenih u svakom čoveku mogu da se razvijaju. U protivnom nastaje haos, a svaki haos po svojoj prirodi vodi ka kataklizmi. Ovaj komad je ujedno i kritika komformističkog društva koje ne ume da ceni ’život’ kao najvišu vrednost.

Mila Mašović

“HORMONES”

“City Theatre Podgorica”

Evening scene/Season 2014

Playwright: Mila Mašović Nikolić

Director: Alisa Stojanović

Set Design: Darko Nedeljković

Costumes: Jelisaveta Tatić Čuturilo

Composer: Ivan Brkljačić

Performed by:

ČUPAVA /Tousled Hair/, pregnant woman………………………………..Katarina Krek

LUNE, her husband……………………………………Dejan Đonović

PRINCEZA /Princess/, pregnant woman……………………………..Sanja Jovićević Popović

BUDIMIR (BADŽA), her husband……………….Branko Ilić

NAČITANA /Well-Read/, pregnant women……………………………..Ivana Mrvaljević

(her) MAMA……………………………………….Dubravka Drakić

SMILJKA, pregnant woman…………………………………Branka Femić

SANELA, pregnant woman…………………………………Andrea Mugoša

ELVIS, her husband……………………………………Emir Ćatović

DOCTOR………………………………………….Ivona Čović/Smiljana Martinović

MEDICAL INTERN ON DUTY…………………………………Darko Bjelobrković

MIDWIFE…………………………………………………Maja Šarenac

  DIRECTOR’S NOTE

Drama “Hormones” attracted me by its theme but, above all, the writing style of the young author Mila Mašovic. Short and pithy sentences, dignified, discreet black humor, efficiency and simplicity of language and events, a critical, and not aggressive attitude towards the problems of the time.

I believe that the task of every serious theater is to monitor and analyze the time in which it lives and works and to discover new creative people. That is why this is a bold move for the repertoire of the City Theatre.

I suggested this play precisely to the City Theatre because it has a structure for the ensemble-play, requiring discipline, commitment and teamwork. The ensemble of this theater has that potential.

Alisa Stojanović

PLAYWRIGHT’S NOTE

In modern society, the issue of ‘family making’ is not a modern issue for quite a while, and yet this is what this piece is about. “Hormones” should make us wonder whether there is at all a point in daydreaming about a family from a female point of view, namely whether the family even has importance for us. Another of the issues which we touch upon is whether there really is a difference between traditional male – female families and modern families that can consist of the most diverse couples – different in terms of class, education, gender and sex. This piece revisits the idea of ‘motherhood’. Motherhood is habitually identified with the ‘innate maternal instinct’. The truth is that a mother’s love is not something that comes out from a woman along with her child. This love is something to be nurtured and developed. It is always the consequence of a certain maturity. When there is no such maturity, tragedies occur. The causes of such accidents should not be sought in ‘corrupt nature’ of women, but in bad circumstances and hardships of life that led them not to feel anything, not even to their own child. Facing with the childbirth as an  act is intended to compel viewers to ask themselves what is human in a man, and what is animalistic. This is important because only those societies that are able to clearly realize the difference between these two opposing forces in every human being can develop. Otherwise, chaos ensues, and each chaos by its nature leads to the cataclysm. This piece is also criticism of the conformist society that does not know how to appreciate the ‘life’ as the utmost value.

Mila Mašović