Choreographer and Director: Staša Zurovac
Composer: Marjan Nećak
Costumes: Bjanka Adžić Ursulov
Set Designer: Žorž Draušnik
Lighting: Deni Šesnić
Performers: Tamara Pjević, Jovan Mirosavljević Lucia Kukor, Cassius Vrbanac, Eni Vesović, Dora Kokolj
Video: Marin Lukanović
Film material from "Closely Watched Trains" by Jiři Menzel
Clarinet - Blagojce Trakovski
Vokali: Katerina Anevska, Jasmina Crvenko, Marjan Nećak.
Co-produced by Liberdance dance studio, Dance Week Festival and the Croatian institute for movement and dance, Macedonian national theater from Skopje, the Croatian National Theater in Varaždin, Moving Music Theatre from Bitola, in collaboration with The National Foundation for Dance, Belgrade.
The novel consists of a unique content, a monologue of an elderly gentleman. It's a somewhat of a humorous life confession addressed to six young ladies sunbathing. Another intriguing fact is that this novel of about 100 pages long is written in one sentence.
The performance is imagined to be shown only from the point of six listeners who are the six dancers performing the interpretive responses to the literary adaptation full of examples of infinite wit and memorable scenes.
Through multicolored thread of his reading, Bohumil Hrabal created in me a whole new realm of power to admire the beauty and comprehensiveness of each moment. A kind of understanding that if we look at such powers of observation from the position of one's life demise creates the impression that all life almost fits in a moment or as it is said "flies in an instant before our eyes."