With Republika, Edhem Jesenkovic seeks back to an otherwise repressed period of his life. A time dominated by uncertainty and fear; The 90’s where civil wars in the Balkans broke out, and where he and his family were forced to flee.
Edhem Jesenkovic tries to understand how flight and fear affect the reality in which he lives today, and Republika is a raw and unsweetened staging of the constant inner struggle of migrants.
Date and time
March 16 2017 at 19.30
Berlingske Tidenede (DK)
Edhem Jesenkovic has a strong presence in his solo performance about being a refugee.
More Edhem-dance, please!
WriterInge Agnete Tarpgaard
Light - and sound designerSøren Knud
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