The Good person of Szechwan

Saturday, 5. 5. 2018.   at  18.00
Croatian House of Culture in Sušak
Student Cultural Centre Rijeka and Theatre Ulysses


/Out of competition/

Collective Performance of Students of the 3rd Year of the undergraduate study of Act and Media

Mentors directors, Assistant Profesor Lenka Udovički and Professor emeritus Rade Šerbedžija, with assistance Jelena Lopatić.

Movement: Staša Zurovac
Music: Nigel Osborne
Accompaniment: Valnea Žauhar
Musical accompaniment, instrument shaper and performer: Ivan Valušek
Costum Design: Ivana Butković, Adriana Milić i Barbara Bourek
Set Design: Paola Lugarić

Cast: Sendi Bakotić, Sara Blažić, Ana Marija Brđanović, Marta Čaržavec, Ivan Čulo, Martin Grđan, Mario Jovev, Tonka Mršić, Gala Nikolić, Anja Sabol, Deni Sanković, Romina Tonković, Vanda Velagić, Nataša Veselinović

Duration: 1 hour and 40 min

In this allegorical drama by Bertold Brecht, three gods land on Earth in search for one good human to prove that the World they have created is not a pure failure. The only good human, prostitute named Šen Te, was found in the miserable Chinese town Seczwan and is struggling more than ever, on the one hand torn between instinct to please everyone, and on the other hand to stand for herself. To save herself, she uses drastic methods…

Followed by live music, fourteen young actors, through Brechtian uncanny acting method, song and movement inspired by Chinese opera and shangai jazz, interpret the story about the only good human and its fate. The question arises: do we need different gods, different humans or different world? What exactly can we do about it?