Posted by: ExperienceKosovoBlog | March 25, 2010

Oda Theatre: SPEED THE PLOW


Theatre: SPEED THE PLOW

A co-production of ODA Theatre & AB Film

Tuesday, March 23rd,  at 20:00

Written by: David Mamet, Directed by: Burbuqe Berisha, Assistant director: Valjet Rexhepi, Music: Ilir Osmani, Set design: Suzana Harxhi, Costumes design: Albulena Borovci, Photographer: Samir Karahoda

The Cast

Armend Ismajli, Vlora Nikçi, Ylber Bardhi

“Speed the plow” is a play focusing on the brutal nature of the Hollywood and the film industry in general. Bobby has his new place and the power that this position gives him. Fox tells him that he met a film star Doug Brown and he is available to do a film with him. Hollywood mid-level producers Bobby Gould and Charlie Fox engage in a verbal boxing match centered on the eternal debate of art versus money. The trouble begins when Gould tasks her assistant Karen to read and review the novel. There are things going on between Bobby & Karen and she doesn’t choose the means to get the financing from Bobby for the script where she would play.

“Speed the plow” was supported by:

Prishtina International Airport & Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports

More at ODA theatre during the week:

Wednesday, March 24th,  2010 at 20:00h

THE PAST MEETS THE FUTURE

A play by: Seadet Beqiri

Directed by: Burbuqe Berisha

Thursday, March 25 th, 2010 at 20:00h

PICNIC ON THE BATTLEFIELD

Written by: Fernando Arrabal

Directed by: Florent Mehmeti

Acting consultant: Ilire Çelaj

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Tickets: 3 Euro (Opening 5 Euro)

For bookings and information please call 038 246 555

REDUCED FARE– For groups more than 6 persons: Tickets 2.5 Euro.

Location: ODA Theatre is located in the “Palace of Youth” (ex-Boro and Ramizi), the back entrance – parking lot next to the City Stadium

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