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The work "Wave" by the English writer Virginia Woolf premieres at the Metropol Theater directed by Enke Fezollari
Written by Julia Vrapi 8 Mars 2023
"Wave" written by Virginia Woolf is considered one of the best modern novels of the century. The Metropol Theater brings the work of the modernist writer Virginia Woolf to the stage for the first time. "Wave" is a work that talks about love, about friendship, about insecurities, about weaknesses, about rivalries between people, about human existence. The work "Wave" premieres directed by Enke Fezollari. "Waves" is a portrait of the intertwined lives of six friends: Bernard, Neville, Louis, Jinny, Susan and Rhoda. Director Fezollari states that the novel is divided into nine sections, each of which corresponds to a time of day and, symbolically, to a period of the characters' lives. "Each section begins with a detailed description of the course of this symbolic day", says director Enke Fezollari. This work, translated by Jonida Beqo and dramatized and directed by Enke Fezollari, premiered on March 8 and will continue to be played on stage throughout the month. As the characters try to define themselves, says the Metropol theater material, they must learn to understand the impressions flashed before them and erase them. “Every character wants a sense of order and wants to find something stable in a world of constant change. Louis, Neville and Bernard have literary ambitions. For Woolf, one of the functions of literature and art in general is to bring order and meaning to the confusion of life. Life itself, as described in The Waves, is a continuous flow of sense impressions and random events. Art can be a place outside the flow of time, where our fleeting perceptions can become permanent and beautiful. Neville approaches his poetry with this goal in mind, and Louis also thinks of his writing as a way to create an unbreakable connection out of the chaos of everyday life.
About the theatrical work
Enisa Hysa, Jozef Shiroka, Klodjana Keco, Krist Lleshi, Silvio Goskova, Urim Aliaj perform in the work. The work begins with early morning or childhood, when the six main characters are attending a day school together. As each of the children wakes up, he or she begins an inner monologue composed of thoughts, feelings, and impressions. Children interact in various ways throughout the day and each begins to take shape as an individual in response to the stimulus provided by the world and each other's presence. Although their thoughts are somewhat incoherent and mostly fixated on immediate experience, their distinct personalities begin to emerge: Bernard's talkativeness and obsession with language; Neville's desire for order and beauty; Louis's insecurity and ambition; Jin's physique; Suzana's intensity and connection with nature; and Rhoda's dreamlike abstraction from ordinary life.