Sep 24, 2021

This 12-minute long solo video performance is a full author’s project of British-Macedonian actor, performer, and theatre-maker Petar Miloshevski. It was developed as an artistic response to 2020 Coronavirus pandemics lockdown and serves as yet another proof of human creativity even with, or despite limited equipment and means – the entire video was filmed using only a mobile phone.

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Sep 23, 2021

Nazi war criminal born in Slovenia, Odilo Globočnik, is the central figure of the Slovenian political theatre
performance Odilo. Obscuratio. Oratorio directed by Dragan Zivadinov, the co-founder of the Neue Slovenische Kunst Movement.

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18th-century German literature movement, Sturm und Drang, was known to have only male representatives (Klinger, Goethe, Schiller, Lenz, etc.), a fact which makes Slovakia’s student performance The Pear particularly interesting in this year’s Festival program.

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Sep 22, 2021

The plot of the French performance Smashed to pieces can be summed up into a single action and a shared motivation of two burlesque performers, Raphael Cottin and Pierre Meunier – to mercilessly destroy a cupboard using physical strength. Yet from this simplicity, a micro-universe of subtle meaning is born.

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Other side of the wind is a poetic performance of freshly graduated students from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Cetinje. It is loosely based on the poems of Serbian writer Miroslav Antic, such as An incredibly marine song and Other side of the wind, and dramatized and directed by Branko Ilic.

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