THEATER UNDER SIEGE: CHAMBER THEATER 1992 - 1996
Gradimir Gojer
1996
THEATER UNDER SIEGE: CHAMBER THEATER 1992 - 1996 / Gradimir Gojer
Through its activities and overall atmosphere Chamber Theater 55 certainly made a serious step forward in its general profiling during the aggression on Bosnia and Herzegovina and the siege of the city of Sarajevo. While opening a new page in its operating in thetime period from 1992 and 1996, Chamber Theater 55 also confidently marked a new page in the organization, general operating and...

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THEATER UNDER SIEGE: CHAMBER THEATER 1992 – 1996 / Gradimir Gojer

 

 

Through its activities and overall atmosphere Chamber Theater 55 certainly made a serious step forward in its general profiling during the aggression on Bosnia and Herzegovina and the siege of the city of Sarajevo.

While opening a new page in its operating in thetime period from 1992 and 1996, Chamber Theater 55 also confidently marked a new page in the organization, general operating and creating a specificartisticatmosphere in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The period of aggression on Bosnia and Herzegovina was also a time of searching for completely new forms of theatric expression, forms which could answer to the current moment that was objectivelytotally inclined toward theatric creativity…

The book in front of you is not at all an attempt to glorify activities in arts of the Chamber Theater 55 during the aggression on Bosnia and Herzegovina, given there are no ambitions relating to areas of theater studies…

It is a collection of attempts to testify about what has been experienced, seen, done; the manyefforts to live in a more humane way than the way of living life intended for the citizens of Sarajevo by the enemy. This book is a continuation of efforts to preserve the testimonials about the artistic and cultural activity in war from being forgotten, by any means.

It contains an emotional component, which couldn’t have been excluded here by the author of these lines, because the texts were written in the fireworks caused by an evil so familiar, precariouslyprepared for a long time, and for each single citizen of Sarajevo…

Because, that which has been done in the war in the sense of theater is not to be undermined, and I am certain that judging and evaluating its validity and total value, based on these truths I am writing down, will be not only the future theater analysts, but psychologists, and experts in culture, theater studies and art history also…

Gradimir Gojer

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THEATER UNDER SIEGE: CHAMBER THEATER 1992 – 1996 / Gradimir Gojer

 

 

Through its activities and overall atmosphere Chamber Theater 55 certainly made a serious step forward in its general profiling during the aggression on Bosnia and Herzegovina and the siege of the city of Sarajevo.

While opening a new page in its operating in thetime period from 1992 and 1996, Chamber Theater 55 also confidently marked a new page in the organization, general operating and creating a specificartisticatmosphere in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The period of aggression on Bosnia and Herzegovina was also a time of searching for completely new forms of theatric expression, forms which could answer to the current moment that was objectivelytotally inclined toward theatric creativity…

The book in front of you is not at all an attempt to glorify activities in arts of the Chamber Theater 55 during the aggression on Bosnia and Herzegovina, given there are no ambitions relating to areas of theater studies…

It is a collection of attempts to testify about what has been experienced, seen, done; the manyefforts to live in a more humane way than the way of living life intended for the citizens of Sarajevo by the enemy. This book is a continuation of efforts to preserve the testimonials about the artistic and cultural activity in war from being forgotten, by any means.

It contains an emotional component, which couldn’t have been excluded here by the author of these lines, because the texts were written in the fireworks caused by an evil so familiar, precariouslyprepared for a long time, and for each single citizen of Sarajevo…

Because, that which has been done in the war in the sense of theater is not to be undermined, and I am certain that judging and evaluating its validity and total value, based on these truths I am writing down, will be not only the future theater analysts, but psychologists, and experts in culture, theater studies and art history also…

Gradimir Gojer

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