"Caligula" - Set design

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TYPE: Set design
LOCATION: National Theater, Belgrade
YEAR: 2020. 
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STATUS: Completed
CREDITS: Darko Nedeljković, Ema Stojković Jerinić
 

Director_Snežana Trišić

Set Designer_Darko Nedeljković

Costume Designer_Marina Vuksanović Medenica

Assistent Set Designer_Ema Stojković Jerinić

The scenography was manufactured in the National Theatre workshops


ABOUT:   "Caligula", Albert Camus

 "Caligula" is a philosophical piece that speaks of the position of man, freedoms, rebellions, and the meaning of life. The starting point for shaping the scenography was the Roman Senate. That parliament runs through all three times that the play evokes - Ancient Rome, the time of World War II and fascism, and the present era. The composition is modular. Each module is a place in the parliament in which various contents are placed and their successive appearances give new meanings to the space like swimming pool, gym, theater, brothel… These small changes provide support for the actors’ performances and joined with lighting design constantly make the atmosphere of the whole play more dynamic and diverse.