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Sladjana Vujovic - in the press
Sladjana Vujovic - in the press

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director

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other press quotes:

Vujovic brilliantly brings out the black humour lurking beneath the surface… A hugely enjoyable production…well worth catching.     What’s On, London

Immensely memorable. The action is so immediate you are drawn into the room as an intimate witness.      The Stage, London

Vujovic’s adaptation is both highly emotive and intellectually challenging. In the almost suffocating intimacy of the theatre, the production creates a fly-on-the-wall intensity.   
Ham & High, London

Vujovic shows a refreshing grasp of her material, with conventional meanings of security, trust and blind faith thrown into question but never overstated. Recommended.      
What’s On, London

Vujovic maps out her own territory as her dazzling production … approaches a universal statement.        The Scotsman, Edinburgh

Sladjana Vujovic mimes mundaneness of evil with playful wit and measured menace.       Sunday Times, Edinburgh

Romantic, dramatic and at times tempestuous… a real feeling of exhilaration… impressively fluent and authentic.   The Glasgow Herald

…A stroke of devil's magic - Oxford Times

Superbly directed... beautifully told …evocative and chilling…Do not miss this show; it is an extraordinary and extremely important work of art.

NY Theatre, New York

Awe inspiring… For me, the pinnacle of the Festival.      The Evening Advertiser, Swindon

Brilliantly directed.     The Asian Age

…Mesmerizing personal journeys against the backdrop of politics and war… In this ‘total theatre’ production the form and the essence are inseparable: the sound, the visuals, the movement and the brilliant design are not just a package - they speak, they live, they reveal.      The Stage

audience letters

I almost feel as if the experience of the play has changed me in some fundamental way. I had to ask myself: where do I stand, really, in relation to our divisive and violent society? I tend to think that as long as the performances I take responsibility for are honest and true, that's enough. It's not.         (David St George, New York)

writer

This new play must rank as one of the most powerful in recent years.

What marks Vujovic’s drama out is the fascinating way it demonstrates how language can become an effective weapon of war.

The language buzzes with colloquial fizz as playwright Sladjana Vujovic mimes mundaneness of evil with playful wit and measured menace.

An unflinching look at the ways in which war robs everyone of their humanity - from the prisoners to the soldiers who captured them.

A major talent.

actress

It is Sladjana Vujovic’s Dorra who is the real object of the play’s study, and she is as earthily self-possessed as she is lonely and terrified. Thanks to her, the play achieves its goal of embodying and personalizing this bloody conflict.

Sladjana Vujovic beautifully charts the conflict between physical revulsion at carrying a child of war and the growth of a defiant maternalism.

Detailed, focused and supremely intelligent work ….Vujovic’s performance is tremendously eloquent and spare…

An excellently observed performance by Sladjana Vujovic.

The Yugoslav civil war lends a cruelly topical edge to The Tender  Mercies, a new play  by Sladjana Vujovic, whose own performance in the leading role has been particularly acclaimed.

Vujovic herself plays the gun-toting mistress of horror. Her observations are well refined and clearly thought out, capturing the true essence of evil.

The author … is excellent in the part, conveying sadism all the more sinister for being superficially soft.

Vujovic is wonderful as a femme fatale.

Sladjana Vujovic is remarkable.

The Guardian ▪ The Irish Times ▪ The Sunday Times ▪ What’s On ▪ The Glasgow Herald ▪ The Scotsman ▪ Ham & High ▪ The Stage ▪ The Evening Advertiser ▪ Delo ▪ New York Theatre ▪ Backstage New York ▪ The Asian Age ▪ The Hindustan Times ▪ The Public Voice ▪ Evening Standard ▪ Metro ▪ Vijesti ▪ Republika

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