Dragi prijatelji prvi put od osnivanja pozorista Duga, gostujemo u Srbiji, U donjem tekstu su termini nasih nastupa, pa ako ste u Srbiji odnosno Beogradu, dodjite.


Plan gostovanja pozorišta Duga u Srbiji

1. 23.06.2008 – PKB – Korporacija – Padinska Skela sa početkom u 14.00

2. 24.06.2008 – SKC Beograd sa početkom u 19.00

3. 25.06.2008 – Obrenovac – početak još nije odredjen.

4. 27.06.2008 – Svilajnac – početak još nije odredjen.

Komedija E D U K O V A N A Ž E N A

Komedija u dva čina
Gastarbajter Đuro nakon više godina provedenih u pečalbi dovodi suprugu Anđu u Švajcarsku. Dugotrajna razdvojenost je uslovila drugačiji razvoj dvoje supružnika. Dok se Đuro ni moralno ni mentalno nije mrdnuo od onog trenutka kada je spakovao kofere i otišao na zapad, Anđa se iz seljanke preobrazila u malograđanku, jer se, kako sama kaže, edukovala. Andja po svaku cenu želi da zaradi novac, pa uz pomoć komšinice Dane ulazi u ilegalan posao prodaje pegli, koji se svodi na varanje kupaca…


Djuro (muž) Mićo Mihajlović

Andja (supruga) Milica Dupont Misić

Dana (komšinica) Kristina Kučinac

Autor: Miodrag Lukić

Ton i rasveta: Laza Paču

Režija: Gordana Randjelović

Monodrama G A S T A R B A J T E R

Gastarbajter je priča o čovjeku, naivnom i poštenom gorštaku, koji je čitav svoj radni vijek proveo kao gastarbajter u Švajcarskoj. Život mu je prošao kao ružan san, živio je i radio u Švajcarskoj, a sanjao da živi u svom rodnom selu Podbriježju. U trenutku kada je donio konačnu odluku da ode u preveremenu penziju i planirao da se vati kući počeo je NATO napad na Srbiju….

Igra: Mićo Mihajlović Mićara

Autor i režija: Miodrag Lukić

Ton i rasveta: Laza Paču

Miodrag Lukic


U.S. sees Kosovo as model

…“..KFOR had no intention of policing the former Serbian province if the EU mission is delayed, because it has not been trained or assigned to carry out such duties….“

Serbia should invite Russia / China soldiers to train and carry out „peacekeeping“duties in the occupied Serbia’s province of Kosovo-Metohija.



U.S. sees Kosovo as model

Peacekeeping success has lessons for future in Iraq, Afghanistan

Friday, June 13, 2008

Second of two parts

CAMP BONDSTEEL, Kosovo | The U.S. military, which has been part of a NATO peacekeeping force in Kosovo for nine years, views its mission as a model for its presence in Iraq and Afghanistan.

A French KFOR soldier participates in a maneuver near the border with Serbia. Kosovo is 90 percent Albanian, and relations with the Serbian minority have been generally peaceful for the past nine years, save a few violent incidents, the most recent of which being those following Kosovo’s declaration of independence.

The more than 16,000-strong force, known as KFOR, includes more than 1,000 Americans. It has managed to keep Kosovo largely peaceful, because „problems get worked out before they become an issue that results in violence,“ said Brig. Gen. John E. Davoren, the U.S. commander here.

„I’d like to think we are the template for what we’d like Iraq and Afghanistan to be,“ he said in an interview. „The average soldier out there is working very hard to ensure that people in the U.S. really don´t read about us, because peace could seem to be boring business when it comes to [news] articles.“

Agence France-Presse/Getty Images photographs French soldiers in the Kosovo Force, or KFOR, assemble near the crossing between Kosovo and Serbia on Sunday. The force, composed of troops from 35 countries, is directed by NATO’s North Atlantic Council. It is expected to operate in the newly sovereign Kosovo for some time, with the U.S. scheduling rotations through 2010.

Kosovo’s post-independence constitution takes effect Sunday, and KFOR is the only international component here with a certain future.

The constitution does not envision a role for the U.N. mission (UNMIK) that has run Kosovo since 1999. It invites the European Union to take over some responsibilities, but its justice and law-enforcement mission is not yet ready to fully deploy, and it is viewed as illegitimate by Moscow and Belgrade, which still consider Kosovo part of Serbia.

Russia maintained pressure to force the U.N. mission out of Kosovo by calling yesterday for the top U.N. official, Joachim Rucker, to be fired, the Associated Press reported from Moscow.

KFOR answers to the North Atlantic Council, NATO’s policy-making arm in Brussels, and it has said the force will remain in Kosovo as long as it is needed. U.S. military officials said they „identified“ upcoming rotations through 2010.

There are still deep divisions here between the ethnic Albanian majority, which is about 90 percent of the population, and the Serbian minority. But except for a few violent incidents, the latest in March following the Feb. 17 declaration of independence, the past nine years have been peaceful.

NATO’s 1999 military campaign against Serbia was provoked by the treatment of Kosovo’s Albanians, which the United States called a continuation of the ethnic cleansing practiced by then-Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic in other parts of former Yugoslavia.

„Our work with the people in the communities out there have allowed us to have a very calm situation. There have been times where people have not been very polite with each other, but they have been peaceful in their dealings with each other,“ Gen. Davoren said.

He said the United States is one of seven countries with troops at Camp Bondsteel, in southeast Kosovo – some of which are not even NATO members, such as Armenia and Ukraine. A total of 35 countries participate in KFOR peacekeeping throughout Kosovo.

Most Americans here are National Guard troops, and they currently serve for nine months.

„Their basic mission is to ensure that we have a safe and secure environment whether we are engaging in anti-smuggling operations, weapons search and seizure or identification of where we may have problems,“ Gen. Davoren said.

NATO agreed at a meeting in Brussels yesterday to train a 2,500-strong, lightly armed Kosovo Security Force, which is set to replace the existing civil emergency force, the Kosovo Protection Corps.

„NATO will … supervise and support the stand-up and training of a civilian-controlled Kosovo Security Force,“ an alliance spokesman told Reuters news agency after the meeting.

Late last month, NATO spokesman James Appathurai said KFOR had no intention of policing the former Serbian province if the EU mission is delayed, because it has not been trained or assigned to carry out such duties.

„We can and do ask other international organizations to play that role,“ he said.

AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE/GETTY IMAGES ONGOING MISSION: Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates considers a NATO file Thursday. Kosovo’s constitution takes effect Sunday, but the NATO peacekeeping force, to which the U.S. contributes troops, will linger.

Western diplomats in Pristina, Kosovo’s capital, said the local government will most likely invite UNMIK to continue with policing responsibilities until the EU mission is fully deployed.

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