Theater performance REMINISCENCE

 - February MKM Belgrade 2023

- September Pec, Kosovo 2023 // RegLab

MAY - International Statue Festival, Banja            Koviljaca,  Serbia   

JULY - International Festival LilaLo, Loznica, Serbia

15.07. premiere 

"PRISM ON WHEELS" performance for childern and youth

09.12. premiere

"ORIGIN OF FEAR", at UK Parobrod

Both projects in Mimart production supported by Ministry of culture Serbia 


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Premiere April 19th 2007. at Rex 

Project “Dead End “ initiates the idea of reconsidering new theater and concept of artist and also inovative ideas in theater.

Initiative is the word that means asking the question. And asking the question “What is art?” always takes us to critical attitude. Through horror-humorous story we try to pay attention of public to “death of the art” and search for the new comunication codes. Seven mortal sins and seven virtues projected to theatre are involved in the story of dramatic triangle: persecutor- saviour- victim. The relationship between performers, director and audience is constantly being changed. 

Photo: Kristina Draskovic

Author: Nela Antonovic
Music: Predrag Radovancevic
Costumes and masks: Andjelija Markovic
Video art: Lidija Antonovic
Scenography: Kristina Draskovic 

Persecutor / Saviour: Nikola Vranic
Arts: Predrag Radovancevic, Ana Bastac, Julia Gorosito, Nenad Milosevic/Branislav Jeremic, Lidija Antonovic. 
Production: Theater Mimart & Rex 
Funding: City Municipality-Cultural department 

Thanks to: Station-Service for contemporary dance, Sasa Bozic, Tkh-Ivana Ivkovic, Iskra Gesoska, Milan Markovic, Minja Bogavac, “Lujo Davico” school. 


New project of “Mimart” theater, “Dead End” questions diferent forms of art with accent on inovative in theater. Director Nela Antonovic is trying to point mortal sins in art through series of performative pictures. What is art?
And where does its honesty ends. That is a big question that performance “Dead End” solves in variety of answers, leaving the audience to find its own right way.

Milica Cerovic, critic