Selected reviews on “Two in Eden”

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Selected reviews on “Two in Eden”

Venko Andonovski
Gligor Stojkovski
Mirče Tomovski
Ivan Ivanovski
Vladimir V.Golubović
Judy Mercier
Dalibor Foretić
Data about “Two in Eden”

Skopje – Republic of Macedonia

Tomislav Osmanli’s
Two in Eden

a play for Two, a Moon and Puppets

Directed by:Dimitrie Osmanli
Art design: Ljubomir Chadikovski
Music: Dimitrie Buzharovski
Choreographer: Krenare Nevzati
Costume design: Aleksandar Noshpal
Stage Manager:Gjurko Stojanovski-Temcho

C a s t :
Nela – Izabela Novotni, Tanja Kochovska
Toto – Dragan Dovlev
Princess – Ana Levajkovikj
Jester – Igor Madžirov
Butterfly/Metamorphosis – Olgica Hristovska

The Play

Two in Eden
is a chamber play and a bitter story devoted to the epochal sentiment of Loneliness. Toto, a funny vagrant, an astrologer and a fortune-teller, meets Nela the puppeteer, a sad and abandoned woman who comes to the park with a suicide intent. They begin their odd, but sincere night meetings under the old tree and the miraculous, constantly changing moon.
Settled in a devastated park, some kind of a distant, shabby semblance of the Garden of Eden, the contact of those two pitiful characters is full of solace. They tell each other compassionate lies creating a tragicomic reality of life. As the life itself is partly a tale and a dream of the lost and re-found Eden, and partly a deserted and unreliable reality…

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