Cheers to Sarajevo

Drama • Running Time: 65 mins
Directed by Ashleigh Harvey | Written by Aimée Goldsmith and Lidija Marelic | Performed by Aimee Goldsmith, Stephen Jubber & Lamar Bonhomme

At the dawn of the Yugoslavian war, a South African photo journalist records a soon to be taboo love affair between a Serbian man and a Bosnian woman. A love affair that has blossomed from the bud of a childhood friendship. But can love survive war? Can friendship survive Sarajevo?

Praise for Cheers to Sarajevo:
'...a play that manages to portray the compromises we accept in order to survive extreme situations.' - The Critter

'It’s a play that’s both simple and complex in its clear confrontation with the universal madness of war. And it won’t leave you untouched.' - Robyn Sassen

'Judging by the way a full house audience was engaged with the play and gave it a rousing applause, I have no doubt that tonight's work in progress performances were the seeds from which a very successful production will grow. Hats off to the young company.'  - Ismail Mahomed - Artistic Director National Arts Festival.





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