Laughter filled the hall – Vesti online

T. Ostojić

Sergej Kožul, Milica Pajić and Boris Mitrović

After the performance of the play “Zadnja stanica 2 – Nepovratni povrja”, on Friday, October 30, at the Chandler Community Center in Keysborough, visitors greeted the protagonists – Sergej Kožul, Boris Mitrović, Milica Pajić and Teodora Đukić – with long applause.

– We are glad to be back in Melbourne after three years. This is our audience that watched us even before the corona. As we are not playing in Liverpool, but in Dandenong, we also had to adjust the text a bit – Sergej Kožul, who is the screenwriter and co-director, will be happy at the end of the play.

Part of the visitors to Melbourne

As he says, although this is already the sixth performance, theater is a living thing and you are never sure who you will meet on the other side, and how the audience will react to the story.

His opinion is shared by Boris Mitrović, who is also the co-director of the play.

– For example, the audience in Sydney started to react from the first moment to the end. Here it was laughter, which was our goal, so that it doesn’t immediately turn into laughter, and we succeeded in that – says Mitrović.

And indeed, towards the end of the play, the laughter roared through the hall. The audience was extremely satisfied, or as one spectator explained – only that it lasted even longer, and the show lasted for two hours without a break.

– Usually the comments of the audience are: “That’s it, our story. It’s something we went through, and we’re going through.” It is about the generation of our immigrants in Australia, and the news in the second part is also about the generation of children born in Australia with the character of Jelena in the play – points out Kožul.

When asked about new plans for the Pilipenda theater, Sergej Kožul says that the adventures of our people on the Fifth Continent are an inexhaustible inspiration.

– There will certainly be something related to our people here. It is important that we are a team of professional actors who can tell the story. What we do is something local that people find themselves in, and they certainly expect something like this. We will see if it will be the third sequel about Moma and Sava, but it will definitely be something local. Because no matter how much we experiment, we will always return to our topics. So the audience can expect something similar, and maybe that third part of “The Last Station”, which Boris insists on – will happily end Kožul.

A deep bow to the loyal audience

Entertainer on stage

On the remark that we were pleasantly surprised by Mitrović’s performance of folk songs in the play, the actor smiled sweetly:

– I always hummed in the bathroom until I came to the Academy. I had an extremely good teacher there, who taught voice technique, and who put me in order. So now it was not a problem for me to sing, because folk music is in me and I sang it with pleasure – said Mitrović cheerfully.

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