The play "SOMEBODY HAS KILLED THE PLAY" by the "Maska i Pokret" theatre from Sarajevo was the most appropriate to the original intentions of the Festival and its most significant event.
About Iva & PetarIva Kostovic-Mandick & Petar Mandick are two artists, theatre-makers, playwrights and performers working together for over three decades, devoting their life to exploring the use of mask in theatre and to creating their own theatre.
Branko Brđanin, theatre critic, dramaturg
The way how they use all stage means in Theatre "Maska i Pokret" returns them to that basic meaning they had from the very beginning of the theatre.
Slobodan Blagojević, author, poet, philosopher thinking about theatre Maska i pokret
This is direct Theatre - like the greatest theatre I know, the Robert Wilson Theatre - a theatre that does not seek any mediation to act on us.
Dubravko Bibanović, theatre director
Their path to success is only possible in a completely new space that will get their colour, their scent, just as it is necessary painstakingly to search for that kind of audience that will accept the sensibility that this theatre carries.
Marko Kovačević, dramaturg, theatre critic;
Maska i Pokret: “In any case, the mask is an interesting enough theatrical tool, which we will certainly deal with for a long time to come.”
Ljubica Ostojić, theatre critic, writer, dramaturg
We have yet to talk about them. These are only words for that white story which continues as it has moved into us with every movement we repeat within ourselves, following their play.
Presenting theatrical creativity and contemporary stage expression in all its segments, TV Sarajevo has prepared a recording of the theatre play "Somebody has Killed the Play", by Iva Kostović-Mandić and Petar Mandić.
TV recording of the theatre play "Somebody has Killed the Play". "The play with mask" is the subtitle of the performance, which explores the functions and possibilities of the mask and movement in theatre.
Kaća Čelan, writer, theatre director, actress - impressions on the occasion of the premiere Somebody has Killed the Play
The author of this travelogue believes that such projects deserve the special literary-theatrical treatment, radical in any case in relation to the current theatre critique.
Safet Plakalo, playwright, theatre critic
Iva Kostović and Petar Mandić performed on the festival stage with a big round of applause from the Jajce audience ... with the play “Somebody has Killed the Play”.