51st Week of Slovenian Drama

Father Romuald/Lovrenc Marušič

The Škofja Loka Passion Play

Prešeren Theatre and Ptuj City Theatre

Crew

Director: Jernej Lorenci 

Dramaturg: Matic Starina

Choreographer and assistant director: Gregor Luštek

Set designer: Branko Hojnik

Costume designer: Belinda Radulović

Composer: Branko Rožman

Language consultant: Maja Cerar

Lighting designer: Borut Bučinel

Make-up designer: Matej Pajntar

Cast

Doroteja Nadrah 

Darja Reichman

Miha Rodman

Blaž Setnikar

Miranda Trnjanin as guest

Gregor Zorc as guest

About the performance

Misterij Škofjeloški pasijon ali Processio Locopolitana je najstarejše ohranjeno dramsko delo v knjižni slovenščini (z začetka 18. stoletja z govornimi posebnostmi lokalnega okolja) in najstarejša ohranjena evropska režijska knjiga, edina iz baročnega obdobja. Gre za kulturni spomenik, ki ga je na eni strani ustvarila tradicija ljudske pobožnosti, saj se je pred zapisom znanje o pasijonu prenašalo iz generacije v generacijo, na drugi strani pa temelji na tradiciji starejših besedil slovenskih spokornih procesij in se zgleduje po tradiciji sočasnih srednjeevropskih procesij. Njegova izvirna posebnost je v tem, da združuje prvine mediteranskih procesij (pobožnost je potekala v obliki procesije, tako da so se skozi mesto pomikale skupine nastopajočih – deloma na vozovih, deloma na nosilih) in bolj germanske (srednjeevropske) elemente velikonočnih duhovnih iger z igralci in dramsko strukturo.

Besedilo je leta 1721 zapisal škofjeloški kapucin pater Romuald, rojen kot Lovrenc Marušič v Štandrežu pri Gorici (1676–1748). Med letoma 1715 in 1727 je v Škofji Loki deloval kot pridigar in voditelj procesije (magister processionis) – spokorne pobožnosti na veliki petek. V 863 rimanih verzih se pred nami odvije svetopisemska odrešenjska zgodba, ki velja za eno najlepših dramskih pesnitev v slovenski literaturi, ki je v dvajsetem stoletju dobila ime Škofjeloški pasijon; prvotni namen je bil približati svetopisemsko zgodbo preprostemu človeku in ga spodbuditi za dejavno duhovno življenje.

Vsebina Škofjeloškega pasijona nam v 13 podobah prikazuje zgodovino odrešenja, ki se začne s starozaveznim izgonom Adama in Eve iz raja, ko se zgodi človekov padec v greh, ki je delo hudobnega duha. Poslej na svetu zavlada Smrt, ki ji nihče ne uide: "… vse, kar živi na sveti, imam pod moja oblast vzet …"; tako se v mrtvaškem sprevodu (dans macabre) zvrstijo vsi od papeža, kardinalov, kralja pa vse do meščana, kmeta in zadnjega berača. Usoda večne pogube je pretresljivo prikazana v prizoru pekla, kjer pride grešna duša pod oblast Luciferja in njegovih pajdašev. Sledi drugi del pasijona, ki je osnovan na tradiciji pobožnosti križevega pota od Jezusovega vstopa v Jeruzalem na cvetno nedeljo, zadnje večerje, njegovega krvavega pota v vrtu Getsemani, Judove izdaje in zatajitve učencev, obsodbe pred Poncijem Pilatom ter smrti na križu. V tretjem delu sledi razplet s prizori kralja Davida, skrinje zaveze in božjega groba. Kristusova smrt je zmaga nad zlom, zato ga izvirno v slavnostnem sprevodu nosijo po mestu kot velikega zmagovalca. Do vstajenja na veliki ponedeljek vendarle še vlada žalost, zato godbeniki igrajo žalostinko. Potrebno je razumeti, da so pasijon vedno izvajali na veliki petek, zato žalost pomeni le prehodno obdobje, ki bo prineslo tudi telesno zmago nad smrtjo, tako da je zgodba Škofjeloškega pasijona svetla in polna upanja. Zgodba Škofjeloškega pasijona se zato konča šele po koncu igre – vsakokrat v svetu tu in zdaj.

*Besedilo je povzeto s spletne strani uprizoritve.

"Odlična uprizoritev, Lorenci v najboljši izdaji. Igralska skupina z brezrezervno predanostjo svoji stvari in res poglobljenim fokusom, skratka: gledališče v zenitu." (Janez Pipan, Dnevnik, 12. 09. 2020)

Premiera: 10. septembra 2020 

Predstava traja 1 uro in 35 minut in nima odmora. 

 

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