A deep emotional story about the first love and initiation of two children into the world of adults. At the same time, it is through their games in the sand that the story about their worlds and lives has been told intimately and delicately leaving no one indifferent.
A Note from the Director
In one part of the text, the question arises how it is possible that all playgrounds have been destroyed, and in general why people no longer play in the sand. If we start off with the slogan of this year’s season – heroines and heroes in anti-heroic time, then I would ask if She and He, deeply involved in playing in their own sand, and away from the society, are our heroes of today? Those who have not forgotten about the sand and those who have allowed themselves to fall in love at one happy time. In your everyday life, look around and ask yourself why all the playgrounds in the sand have disappeared and what this has brought upon people.
David Alić, director
David Alić, director
Born in Pirot in 1993. He graduated from the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, in the class of prof. Nikita Milivojević and assistant Boris Liješević.
He directed the following productions: Rothschild’s Fiddle – A. P. Chekhov, The Feel of a Beard – Ksenija Dragunska, Elling and Kjel Bjarne – Ingvar Ambjarnsen; Six Characters Looking for an Author – Luigi Pirandello, Little Prince – Exupery, Jacques and his Master – Milan Kundera, Alice in Wonderland – Lewis Carroll, Blue Rabbit Celebrates Birthday – Nataša Ilić, Legend of the Moon Princess – Goran Balančević, etc.
His productions won a series of individual and awards for best play and directing. In 2016 at the Festival “Mali Joakim”, he won “Mali Joakim” Award for Best Directing for the production Little Prince.
One of the most important and most performed Polish writers of the younger generation. He was born in 1979. He graduated in theatrology and then directing from the Warsaw Academy of Theatre. As a first-year student of directing, he published his first play “Sand Games” and won “We at the Threshold of the New Century” Contest.
From that moment on, he became one of the most awarded young authors. His drama texts can be found in all of the most important anthologies of modern Polish drama and have been translated and featured in many world languages. He directed many of his plays but never the most performed one – The Sand Games.
Works: The Unknown (2000), Travel (2000), Twosome (2001), Sand Games (2001), Road to the Interior of the Room (2002), Exam (2002), Without Stage Directions (2002), River (2003), Sad Princess (2003), The Mine (2004), Night Bus (2004), Whole Yaroslav’s Life (2005), The Last Father (2007), Poor me, the Bitch and her New Guy (2007), Grandma (2007).
SHE - Maja Banković
HE - Miloš Cvetković
Technical Manager: Ljubiša Živković
Stage Manager: Vladislav Đorđević
Prompter: Aleksandra Vukov
Sound Designer: Dobrila Marjanović
Lighting Designer: Dejan Cvetković
Light: Dragoslav Dobrosavljević
Stage Master: Slaviša Filipović
Set Designer Assistant: Nikola Pavlović
Stagehands: Marin Rajić, Mića Lazarević, Miodrag Đorđević, Radovan Živković, Radomir Pešić, Dragan Dinić, Srđan Kitanović
Props Master: Dragan Nikolić, Marko Đorđević
Dressers: Dušica Mladenović, Marko Dinić
Make-up, Wig Artists: Ljiljana Rašić, Marija Pešić, Ivana Lazarević
Painting: Katarina Filipović
Tailoring: Marina Stevanović, Vladimir Pekić
Workshop: Bogoljub Đorđević, Goran Stanković, Dragan Perić, Branislav Nikolić
Procurement: Zoran Denčić
Driver: Nebojša Šarčević