director: Kokan Mladenović



Maja Pelević: The last little girlsdirector: Kokan Mladenović

Maja Pelević:

The last little girls


Translated by Krisztina Orovec


Today, more than ever, we live in a system that encompasses all aspects of human existence: behavior, desires, love, hope, and manages to profit from it all. In such a social order, it is no wonder to see that the process of becoming a commodity is becoming more and more pronounced in all areas of life, and that birth itself is no exception. The joy of possession encompasses even the deepest biological and emotional levels such as motherhood.

After all, this is exactly what defined the woman at all times and what was expected of her. A woman herself has no value today unless she has the social recognition that mothers deserve. A childless woman is worthless, so she will be able to do everything to fulfill her role as a mother. And this is an ideal starting point for turning elemental desire into a commodity. A child is the same raw material as anything else you can take possession of. Where the womb has become a factory and the baby a gorgeously packaged expensive product, that’s where our story begins.

(Maja Pelević)



Búbos Dávid

Fülöp Tímea

Grgić Nikoletta (as guest)

Kucsov Borisz

Mészáros Gábor

Verebes Andrea

Musicians: Szerda Árpád, Ábrahám Máté


Director: Kokan Mladenović

Composer: Irena Popović

Dramaturge: Maja Pelević

Assistant dramaturge: Góli Kornélia

Decorator: Marija Kalabić

Costume designer: Selena Orb

Costume accessories developer: Blagovesta Vasileva

Choreographer:  Fülöp Tímea

Lighting design: Majoros Róbert

Assistant director: Szerda Zsófia, Csík Barnabás

Assistant composer: Szerda Árpád

Stage manager: Szvitlik Szebaszitán

Placard design: Blaskó Árpád

Photographer: Molnár Edvárd


Premiere: 2021.12.29. 19:30

Reprise: 2022.01.28. 19:30


 Duration: 80 minutes without a break

 Not recommanded for persons under the age of 16.


"The play has a dialogue with its audience, constantly highlighting the scorching poetry of Maja Pelević, who sings about the fight with the dragon, which, if we ignore it, engulfs us. (...)

Irena Popović composes chamber opera through a mix of genres, ranging from baroque to pop. Music conveys to us the destructive nature of a world that we ourselves have created and whose reflection we refuse to see. "(Nataša Gvozdenović - Vreme)

"At first, we're faced with a rather tough, dense, almost inexplicably complex and serious subject. But director Kokan Mladenović and author and dramaturge Maja Pelević pay careful attention to get a seemingly lightweight texture and promisingly colorful packaging." (Tölli Szofia -



The City of Subotica

The National Council of the Hungarian National Minority

Bethlen Gábor Found

The National Cultural Fund of Hungary 



67th Sterijino pozorje festival, Novi Sad, 30 May 2022.

34th Festival of Hungarian Theatre, Kisvárda, 1 July 2022. 

32nd THEALTER, Szeged, 2022.



On the  67th Sterijino pozorje festival:
The winner of the Sterija award for the best performance is THE LAST LITTLE GIRLS.
Maja Pelević has won Sterija award for the text of contemporary drama.
Sterija award for direction goes to Kokan Mladenović.
Marija Kalabić has win Sterija award for the scenography of the performance.
The crew of The Last Little Girls has deserved Sterija special award.