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16 Jun NEW!

Uppsala Stadsteater
Tena Štivičić: “Three Winters”
Opening: September 21st, 2019.
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The Republic
– Agnieszka Jakimiak and Tom Silkeberg, The Republic, produced by Mladinsko Theatre, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

The Jury of the Swedish Assitej Awarded Anja Suša with the Prix d’ ASSITEJ for 2019.
(together with the Zebra Dance Company).

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The Jury’s motivation for awarding Anja Suša. The award was given”for her artistic and thematically brave stagings for young people and young adults about the great issues of life and the role of an individual in the collective. She is a prominent bearer of a European tradition, which opposes nationalism, through ethnic and cultural diversity and individual freedom. This has resulted in a number of remarkable theater shows on Swedish scenes. Anja Susa creates theater art that appeals, challenges and touches the young audience.

Opening: June 2019

The Performance “Once We Got Lost ” Awarded!

The performance “Once We Got Lost” by Lotte Faarup was awarded the Best Performance for Young Audience Award at the Zlata Paličica Festival in Ljubljana in October 2017.

The performance “Blood on the Cat’s Neck” Awarded

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The performance “Blood on the Cat’s Neck” by Rainer Werner Fassbinder produced by Teatr Polsky in Bydgoszcz was awarded the main prize at the New Theatre Festival (Festiwal Nowego Teatru) in Rzezow, Poland. The jury awarded the performance “for searching the new ways of expression, intelligent interactivity and the power of team spirit accompanied by the capacity of building expressive artistic creation.”

http://ksiazki.onet.pl/teatr-polski-w-bydgoszczy-z-nagroda-dla-zespolu-na-festiwalu-nowego-teatru/zmj1m6

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