The last drama play at the 71 Dubrovnik Summer Festival, Marin Držić comedy "Grižula" directed by Saša Božić and Petra Hrašćanec and performed by the Festival Drama Ensemble in collaboration with the Zagreb Academy of Dramatic Arts, is on the program on Thursday, 20 August at 9.30 pm in Gradac Park as a part of the European project "Future Epics ".
The dance performance "Embrace" by choreographer Meleat Fredriksson, produced by the Vitlycke Center for the Performing Arts in Sweden, will be premiered as part of the "Future Epics" project co-financed by the European Union's Creative Europe program on Monday, 17 August at 9.30 pm in Lazareti.
Viktor Daldon's "Time Out" exhibition, which presents twelve large-format canvases not yet exhibited, created from 2004 to 2020, was opened last night, 11 August in the Sponza Palace Atrium. The exhibition will be on display every day from 9 am to 9 pm until 25 August.
Biljana Srbljanović play "Intimacy" directed by Andrej Nosov and produced by the Heartefact Foundation from Belgrade, will be premiered as part of the European project "Future Epics" in front of the festival audience on Thursday, 13 August at 9.30 pm in Lazareti.
The female vocal group FA Linđo, will celebrate its twentieth anniversary with a concert at the Dubrovnik Summer Festival on Wednesday, 12 August at 9.30 pm in the Rector's Palace atrium. Tickets for this performance are sold out.
Viktor Daldon exhibition Time out that brings out his unexhibited works created in the period from 2004 to 2020 will be opened on 11 August at 9 pm in Sponza Palace as a part of the 71st Dubrovnik Summer Festival exhibition programme.
The award-winning play "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" By the Ulysses Theater and the Belgrade Drama Theater, directed by Lenka Udovički and starring Rade Šerbedžija, will be performed on Thursday and Friday, 6 August and 7 at 9.30 pm in Gradac Park sponsored by Tele2. Tickets for both performances are sold out.
As a part of the music program of the 71st Dubrovnik Summer Festival, mezzo-soprano Janja Vuletić and guitarist Maroje Brčić will perform on Saturday, 8 August, at 9.30 pm in the Rector's Palace atrium and perform a program imbued with Mediterranean content, from Greek songs by Maurice Ravel to Spanish guitar music works by Zoran Juranić inspired by Dalmatia.