Nataša Rajković & Bobo Jelčić | Perforacije — artists database
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Nataša Rajković & Bobo Jelčić

2011 Izlog / Shop Window

‘Svakodnevica koja nije prenesena u kazalište nego je kazalište samo’, imaginarni je slogan iznad predstave „Izlog“ koja se odvija u napuštenom poslovnom prostoru u srcu grada. Svakodnevni život ulice već je sam po sebi teatar, a kazalište postaje onda kad se nasilno pokuša u taj izvorni teatar ugurati tribinu s gledalištem. Znajući da taj princip ne donosi dobra ni teatru samom, a pogotovo ne publici i izvođačima, oni su realitet prometne ulice obično-neobičnog legendarnog zagrebačkog kvarta Trešnjevka, pretvorili u igrani teatar za publiku koja ostaje nevidljiva. Derivat se isplati na mnogim razinama, jer umjesto zatvaranja teatra u kutiju, zatvoren je samo onaj njegov dio koji to nerijetko i zaslužuje: publika. S druge strane, izvođači koji to nisu jer su izvorni, ali i jesu jer su režirani, ostavljeni su na milost i nemilost ulici. Kao i onda kad ih, navodno, nitko ne gleda.

Najznačajniji hrvatski kulturni, ili barem kazališni, izvozni proizvod, redateljskoscenaristički ili, jednostavnije, autorski duo Bobo Jelčić / Nataša Rajković, predstavom ‘Izlog’ vraća se svojim prvotnim postulatima. Sve do čega su došli istražujući uspješnicama poput ‘Usporavanja’, ‘Nesigurne priče’ ili ‘S druge strane’, u ‘Izlogu’ nalazi i svoju realnu potvrdu. Da, naime, kazalište može biti i teatar, ako mu se to dopusti.

‘Everyday life is not transferred into the theatre, but is itself theatre’ is the imaginative slogan above the performance Shop Window, which is set in an abandoned business premises in the heart of the city. The everyday life of the street is itself theatrical, and then the theatre comes into being when, into that original theatre, one tries to push a seated audience. Knowing that this principle does not bring any good to theatre itself, and certainly not to the audience or performers, Bobo Jelčić and Nataša Rajković have turned the reality of the busy street of the usual/unusual and legendary Zagreb neighbourhood, Trešnjevka, into a theatre feature for an audience that remains invisible. The result is worth it on many levels, because when shutting the theatre into a box, the only part that is closed off is the part that often deserves it: the audience. On the other hand, performers who are not performers, because they are originals, but are because they are directed, are left to the mercy of the street. Just as when, allegedly, no one is watching. 

The most important Croatian cultural, or at least theatrical, export, the director-playwright, or more simply, auteur duo, Bobo Jelčić and Nataša Rajković, return to their original hypotheses with Shop Window. Everything that has come from exploring their successes such as Decelerating, Insecure Stories, and From the Other Side, finds in Shop Window its realistic confirmation: that in fact, theatre can be theatre, if you let it.

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