When the Go-Go Dancers dance, 2002
1 male, 1 female, 1 Go-Go boy, 1 Go-Go girl
The title refers to something rather romantic. When the stars dance, perhaps. Go-Go dancers are young people who give it all to music. After the recent fragmentation and collapse of Yugoslavia, and the immigrating of its people to foreign cities, two ex-lovers and ex-Yugoslavs meet in Athens. In the vortex of an awakening of physical attraction and feelings of love, they exchange wishes, secrets, memories. The play presents a personal encounter in a public space, during which, and in the presence of go-go dancers dancing, a young woman and a young man evaluate their lives.
In Dutch it is translated by Hanka DeHaas DeRoos and published in NIEUWE EUROPESE EENAKTARS (Anthology of European One-Acts) by International Theatre & Film Books, Amsterdam, Holland, in 2005.
It has been translated in German by Martin Scharmhorst.