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The Wedding/ The Chalk Cross/ The Beggar
Directed by Zeljko Djukic
August - September 1996
The Experimental Theatre
Set - Devin Strickland | Costume & Lighting - Natasha Djukic | Dramaturg - Joe Martin | Music - Jesse Terrill | Sound - Arpad Sayko | Assist. Director - Justin Via | Lighting Tech. - Kristin Rutherford | Sound Operator - Christine Yakubik | Tech. Consultant - Stephen Angus | Technical Director Experimental Theatre - Dan Franco | Assistant Stage Manager - A. J. Levesque | Public Relations Associate - Kerry Hydrick | T.U.T.A. Project Consultant - Tim Gillaspie | Box Office/House Manager - Karen Stupic | Graduate Intern - Hoseong Yong
Gentle | The Edge of Our Bodies | Music Hall | The Anyway Cabaret (an animal cabaret) | The Jewels | The Silent Language | The Dumb Waiter | Fulton Street Sessions | The Wedding (remount) | baal | The Wedding | Uncle Vanya | Maria's Field | The Most Excellent and Lamentable Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet | Uncle Vanya | It's Only the End of the World | Tracks | Tracks | Huddersfield | Still Life in Color | Birds | Rules for Good Manners in the Modern World | The Sweet Little Prince | Mozart and Salieri | Alice | The Hour We Knew Nothing Of Each Other | Quartet | The Wedding/The Chalk Cross/The Beggar
". . . Offering a glimpse into a unique, vibrant corner of world theater." -Chicago Reader
"TUTA has produced a diverse repertory of Eastern and Western European plays in its twelve year existence, attracting a small but passionately devoted audience and garnering a critical reputation for productions that combine the highest caliber artistic achievement with cogent social and cultural critique. - Cheryl Black in Slavic and East European Performance 27, no. 1 (Winter 2007)
"Unlike anything else in Chicago, and in this town, that means a lot." - Chicago Tribune
". . . With his own company, The Utopian Theatre Asylum, Djukic has brought to Chicago audiences a rarified and often exquisite series of visions by way of a variety of literature." -Chicago Tribune
"Most tantalizing of all (new plays of 2006), were the two Serbian plays given their American premieres by TUTA, Ugljesa Sajtinac's Huddersfield and Milena Markovic's Tracks, both of which brutally examined the wrecked lives of twentysomethings in the wake of the Balkan wars. . . In two dangerous, fearlessly acted productions, TUTA proved that serious plays and young people don't have to be oil and water." -TimeOut
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