Director: Anica Tomić
Translation: Dubravko Torjanac
Adaptation: Anica Tomić and Jelena Kovačić
Dramaturge: Jelena Kovačić
Stage Design: Anica Tomić, Jelena Kovačić and Siniša Ilić
Costume Design: Marita Ćopo
Original Music: Alen and Nenad Sinkauz
Selected Music: Anica Tomić, Jelena Kovačić, Alen and Nenad Sinkauz
Stage Movement: Petra Hrašćanec
Lighting Design: Zdravko Stolnik
Assistant Director: Arno Vinković
Assistants to the Dramaturge: Karla Crnčević, Ana Grlić
Expert Assistants: Julija Kranjec, Drago Župarić-Iljić
Photography: Jasenko Rasol
Production's Visual Identity: Vanja Cuculić / Studio Cuculić

(in the order of appearance)

INGA: Jelena Miholjević
GABRIELA, also known as GUNDA: Ksenija Pajić
HELENA, also known as HELA: Iva Babić
PAVAO: Sven Medvešek
MARKO, also known as RIK: Franjo Dijak
MARIJA, also known as MARI: Antonija Stanišić Šperanda
FRANC: Boris Buzančić / Špiro Guberina
BRUNO: Amar Bukvić
EMA: Barbara Nola
STRANGER: Đorđe Kukuljica

Branko Sterpin - trumpet
Miron Hauzer - trombone
Hrvoje Galler - piano
Luka Veselinović - double bass
Ivan Levačić - drums

The production uses parts of the following songs:
Anita Bryant: ''My Little Corner of the World''; ''The World of Lonely People''; ''Cold Cold Winter''
The Shangri-Las: ''Remember (Walking in the Sand)'
'The Toys: ''Lovers Concerto''
Jimmy Charles: ''A Million to One''

Thanks to: Ivana Sajko, Ivor Martinić, Bruno Anković, Jadranka Čačić-Kumpes, Inga Tomić-Koludrović

Stage Manager: Ana Dulčić
Prompter at the rehearsal: Andrea Glad
First rehearsal: January 20th, 2014
Opening night: March 21st, 2014

Throughout his versatile and fruitful artistic activity the German film director, screenwriter and actor also wrote plays. They may seem like bastard dialogues or stenograms depicting the everyday lives of selected characters, but as in Fassbinder's films, formal purity is not something the author wants to win us over with. He does that, much more, with honesty, precision, immediacy and authenticity while at the same time free of being ''slick'' and likeable, because life isn't that way. By finding in Fassbinder's play the motif they want to address on Gavella's stage, the motif of intolerance towards that which is different, Anica Tomić and Jelena Kovačić, the director-dramaturge duo who have created such productions as ''This Might Be My Street'' (Ovo bi mogla biti moja ulica), ''Leda'' and ''Barren'' (Jalova), want to talk about our (un)readiness to actually accept difference, whether it's gender, ratial, national or religious. It would have been nice if we didn't need theatre conversations like that, but the truth - and there is numerous and recent evidence for it - is quite the opposite: we need them badly. Underneath the outer agression lies something much deeper and perfidious: our rejection to really accept and try to understand someone who differs from us in any way. Even in a discourse like that, 'tolerance' can become a mere slogan, devoid of content and meaning, which many use to hide behind in order to satisfy the imperative of political corectness.

''Anica Tomić and Jelena Kovačić have casted ten excellent theatre actors for their project ''My Little Corner of the World'', based on the famous play ''Katzelmacher'' published in 1968 by the well-known leftist Reiner Werner Fassbinder.'' (Ana Lendvaj, Večernji list)

''Ksenija Pajić dominates on the stage in the role of Gabriela, the chief intriguer. A grand acting energy and drama in her voice. An impressive performance. The only seemingly good-natured character, Inga, is wittily and confidently portrayed by Jelena Miholjević, whose singing brings an urban, cabaret-type tone to the production.'' (Tomislav Čadež, Jutarnji list)

''Over the years we have come to know the director Anica Tomić and dramaturge Jelena Kovačić as a duo of authors who choose to deal with paradigmatic social violence on the stage. (...) As far as actors are concerned, I would single out the brilliant Barbara Nola as the minutely imagined, unbreakable, collected, almost diderotesquely conceived and bitter employer Ema. Also, Antonija Stanišić Šperanda, in whose character of Marija we can sense up to which point is someone, needing the most common human heartiness, considered to be an outsider. (...) Đorđe Kukuljica is a warm, kind-hearted and, precisely because of it, tragic figure of the Stranger.'' (Nataša Govedić, Novi list)

''Gavella Theatre's ensemble has made this production a smooth and exciting experience.'' (Bojan Munjin, Novosti)