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Zraka! (Something's In the Air!)

Janez Janša

 

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Janša/Narat/Preda/Tomažin

Zraka! (Something's In the Air!)

Janez Janša

 

Sat, 05. september at 21.00

Janša/Narat/Preda/Tomažin

Zraka! (Something's In the Air!)

Janez Janša

 







      



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This year, from 21 to 29 May, we are going to witness the 9th reincarnation of Overflight festival, the fourth time as a cooperation between Mladinsko Theatre and Glej Theatre.
We try to add new contents to the festival every year: last year we introduced in-depth debates a day after the performance, while this year we will introduce three co-productions between the people creating in Glej Theatre and the Mladinsko Theatre crew.

Programme: www.prelet2015.si


In a performance The Heart in Hand, premiered in June 2014, director Mare Bulc, together with Draga Potočnjak and his artistic collaborators delves into transplantations, organ donations, donors and recipients. Who are they? The former and the latter, the recipients and the donors – so (in)separately connected and so (in)definitely separated from one another. He wants to look into the dilemmas they faced before their decisions and the questions that transplantation medicine triggers in society. “In the system that we – as I idealistically hope – still have: a society of solidarity, a social, accessible public health system that tries to not differentiate. Solidarity! Hope! Respect! Humaneness! This is the world that inspires me!” says the director.

Cast: Alida Bevk, Neda R. Bric, Daša Doberšek, Ivan Godnič, Janja Majzelj, Sandi Pavlin, Ivan Peternelj, Draga Potočnjak, Matej Recer, Stane Tomazin, Matija Vastl
Irena Preda, Polona Janežič: Irena Preda, Polona Janežič


A new daring project by enfant terrible of post-Jugoslav theatre Oliver Frljić, a coproduction of Mladinsko Theatre, Ljubljana, Slovenia, Croatian National Theatre Ivan pl. Zajc, Rijeka, Croatia, BITEF (Belgrade, Serbia), MOT, Skoplje, Macedonia will open on September, 20th as a part of the official program of BITEF, Beograd International Theatre Festival. 


At the beginning of its 60th anniversary Slovensko mladinsko gledališče initiated a theatre-archaeological research called Kompleks Ristić about the opus of Ljubiša Ristić, one of our most important theatre directors. We wish to open a discussion about Ristić’s artistic strategies, their theatre and social significance and their direct political spirit.

The theatre event would be accompanied by smaller artistic projects, scientific and research meetings and publications helping the audience to acquire a broader and more meaningful insight into Ristić’s work and a period in the theatre’s history we just might call post-Ristićean.
 
David Mamet's  Glengarry Glen Ross


Vito Taufer, a virtuoso of theatre directing, has decided to engage in a dialogue with the grand master of world drama. The result is a stunning acting and performance.



Oliver Frljić

Damned be the Traitor ...