BEOGRAD SUPER SADA is a three-week long workshop held in Belgrade which included different speech and physical improvisations. The basic premise of the workshop was to create structured vs. completely improvised situations of chaos and disorder. The project was finalized with four public participative presentations based primarily on improvisation. Public participations were exciting experiences in which spontaneous reactions of the performers and the audience arose in relation to the elements presented. The importance of this workshop is visible in the fact that MONTAЖ$TROJ managed to successfully unify Croatian and Serbian artists after cooperation was interrupted for ten years due to the war.
Concept and direction: Borut Šeparović / Assisstent: Damir Klemenić and Irma Baatje / Theoretical support: Machin_a / Performers: Damir Klemenić and Irma Baatje and participants chosen at the audition / Production: MONTAЖ$TROJ (HR), CENPI and BITEF theater (YU)