- Sunday, May 08, 2016 11:50 AM
Skopje, 8 May 2016 (MIA) - Marriage Play, a play by American playwright Edward Albee, will have its premiere on Sunday evening at the Macedonian National Theater.
The play, directed by actor-turned-director Toni Mihajlovski, stars Vesna Petrusevska and Igor Dzambazov, who returns to the stage after a seven-year hiatus.
"This play allows us to see the entire talent of both the male and the female lead. The text presents full miscommunication between the two partners, who are 'condemned' to be together, even by their own choice. The play speaks about the need to make change in your life, when you have the will but lack the strength", Mihajlovski said at a press conference announcing the premiere.
Petrusevska said an exceptional author would be presented to theater-goers in Macedonia.
Dzambazov added that the play was dedicated to the institution of marriage, which was 'collapsing'. "This is not the story of our parent's marriage. This is about the collapse of an institution that begins with our generation", Dzambazov said. cc/ba/11:48
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