Surely everyone remembers the famous Sarajevo "Audition" which appeared in 1985. It goes without saying that the show was a hit in the country at the time, and was watched by more than a million viewers.
One of its creators was Željko Ninčić, who also played the character of Davor Stevanović. This is followed by "New Audition" in 1990, where Ninčić appears as the author and plays the character of the cult Mostar man, Herzegovinian Marinko Ćutuk ("I have been waiting for four hours like a mad fool from Mostar this morning when I came, how I will not be neurotic!").
Many gaffes that are remembered are also present in the later one "Latest Audition" ("Receive me"), and Ninčić is, in addition to Marinko, in the role of Vesely. Why did Veseli, a refugee from Bosnia, flee Canada and London? What happened to both his ears? Why doesn't Marinko Ćutuk wear a T-shirt with the Old Bridge on it and which character he wears instead of Tito? Following the spirit of the times in which we live, the play ends with the adaptation of Aleksa Šantić's song "Stay here", entitled "Should I stay here?!?".
Laughter is a cure, and this is clearly proven by the best comedy of all time in the former Yugoslavia. The audition remained a rapper from the 80's, and Ninčić describes himself as "Ero from this world", so is the name of the play he is performing these days on the Croatian and Montenegrin coast. This humorous journey, lasting over 100 minutes, is a collection of the most interesting moments from the actor's author's work, enriched with always present contemporary events and observations. The two most attractive characters will remind viewers, among other things, of the experiences of the entrance exam for acting, and while Ćutuk talks about the changes in the region, Veseli, as a refugee, talks about the experience from the white world. All that with the inevitable jokes "about each other" regarding the Bosnian-Herzegovinian relationship. Here is what the author himself says about his stand up: "All themes and characters are from our environment.
There is too much inspiration here. A representative without being the same, because he follows the events and listens to the reaction of the audience. Today it is hard to make people laugh and that is why it is a pleasure to hear laughter. Although I critically look at reality in the play, the audience always recognizes it as good intentions and rewards them with applause. "
Ticket sales at the box office of the Park Hall from 9 am to 12 noon, as well as at Kanli Kula from 9 am to 9 pm. The ticket price is 5 €.