Future Epics Symposium 3: From Local to European Heritage will be held form 9th till 11th December in Belgrade
As a follow up to the recent activities that were carried out during Barcelona Lab named Divisive Theater and Performance, Heartefact Fund organizes third Symposium, which will be held from 09th till 11th December at gallery space of Youth Initiative for Human Rights.
Future Epics Lab 2 “Devised Theater and Performance” successfully held from 11th till 16th of November in Barcelona
During the second Future Epics Lab, Devised Theatre and Performance, organized as a part of the Future Epics project, preselected participants worked on a joint peace, with the focus on forgoten and unexplored narratives with the idea that the results from the LAB can be used later in the creative process and also a way of creating a team that could work on the final performances that will be presented at the Dubrovnik Summer Festival in 2020.
On the occasion of celebrating its jubilee 70th iteration, in cooperation with the City of Zagreb Tourist Board, the greatest and most significant Croatian festival, one of the oldest festivals in Europe – the Dubrovnik Summer Festival – is coming to Zagreb in September.
A Magnificent Finale of the Anniversary 70th Festival with the Croatian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra and Percussionist Simone Rubino
The anniversary 70th Dubrovnik Summer Festival ended last night, 25 August, with a magnificent closing concert in front of the St. Blaise’s Church by the Croatian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra and the virtuoso percussionist Simone Rubino under the baton of maestro Enrico Dindo after which the Festival Libertas flag was lowered.
The piano legend Ivo Pogorelich held a recital last night, 18 August, in the Rector’s Palace atrium. Pogorelich’s performance at the anniversary 70th Dubrovnik Summer Festival has long been sold out and all its high expectations were met, surpassed even, in the almost two hours of magical music which the Festival audiences enjoyed last evening.
The ingenious Ivana Buljan Legati performed the Room For A View monodrama last night, 17 August, on the stunning Bokar fort. Based on the Virginia Woolf short story The New Dress and directed by Marina Petković Liker, the monodrama Room For A View sheds light on our inner insecurities which are deepened by societal pressure.
Today’s press conference announced the third premiere title of this Festival season – the play Geranium by director Marina Pejnović and dramaturge Ivan Penović, and performed by the Festival Drama Ensemble. Geranium is based on the eponymous Ivo Vojnović short story and Antun Šoljan’s Island. The first performance is on Tuesday, 20 August, at 9.30pm in the Art School Park. Artistic Director of the Festival Dora Ruždjak Podolski, her Assistant Artistic Director for drama Saša Božić were joined by Josipa Vodenac, Director of the OTP Bank Business Center Dubrovnik and Southern Dalmatia who donated to the play and the play’s director Marina Pejnović along with the dramaturge Ivan Penović and Festival Drama Ensemble members.