A teacher of acting at the Faculty of Contemporary Arts, Miloš Đorđević dazzled the audience on the Raša Plaović Stage of the National Theater, at the premiere of ILUZIJÆ on March 22.
This adaptation of the comedy written by the famous French playwright Pierre Corneille was performed in Belgrade for the very first time, and directed by Nikola Zavišić. The premiere was deliberately scheduled for the Month of Francophonie, but had to be delayed due to the epidemiological situation.
Standing ovations on Raša Plaović Stage
Miloš Đorđević was brilliant in both roles – as the actor and Matamore, and the cast also included Nikola Vujović alternating with Ivan Bosiljčić, Miloš Đorđević, Sena Đorović, Anastasia Mandić, Zoran Ćosić, Nemanja Stamatović and Bogdan Bogdanović. The audience rewarded actors with a thunderous applause at the end of the play.
Apart from directing, Zavišić was also in charge of theatre design and lighting, Jovana Popov for translation, Hristina Mitić for dramaturgy, Ljiljana Mrkić Popović for stage speech, Tamara Pjević for stage movement, Bojana Nikitović and Suna Kažić for costumes, and Anja Đorđević for music and sound design.