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Programme current

NAKED STAGE, 14th International Improvisational Theatre Festival

November 21−25

Over the course of the last fourteen years, Naked Stage Festival has established itself as one of the most prominent festivals of improvisational theatre in Europe. A small but propulsive festival, Naked Stage is committed to supporting and developing a specific marginal genre of performing arts – theatre improvisation, through which it simultaneously explores models of collective creativity and community action. More …

Anna Konjetzky: CHIPPING

November 27, 2018 7:00 pm

In the frame of CoFestival.

Everything vibrates: the stage in Anna Konjetzky’s Chipping is constantly in motion: cubes are moving –  sometimes very slowly and hardly noticeable, sometimes faster and seemingly running everything down, changing images and shapes flood the space, breaking it, making it wide or flat. More …

Festival Drugajanje 2018

November 27, 2018 7:00 pm - November 29, 2018 7:00 pm

Maribor is a theatre town: besides many evidence for it, we add another one: it hosts Drugajanje festival, which, for the seventeenth year in a row, targets everyone, but above all – the young! This year Drugajanje is abandoning the “home stage” – Amfiteater and crossing the river and coming to town, to the centre, also to the streets.

This year, the festival is marked by the strong interconnectedness of the network it belongs to, the Festivals in Transition Network (which applies to Drugajanje almost by definition, as it seeks to spin the logic of the theatre festival to suit the young), and by the central theme of urbanity, or the connection between cities and art. More …

Matija Ferlin: Staging a Play: TARTUFFE

December 1, 2018 8:00 pm

Tartuffe is the second project within the Staging a Play series of works in which Matija Ferlin tackles canonic works of dramatic art. Staging a Play questions the very foundations upon which the concept of staging is interpreted within the dramatic discourse. More …

Matija Ferlin: Staging a Play: ANTIGONE

December 2, 2018 8:00 pm

In his last show from the series Staging a Play, choreographer and performer Matija Ferlin by choosing Antigone decides to adopt the approach of complete reduction of the stage. He wants to reduce the character heterogeneity of the play in its functions to a single performing body, while at the same time preserving the entire narrative and logic of dramatic situations. More …


December 4–8

AnimatekaPRO is a professional platform of the Animateka International Animated Film Festival, where you will learn about trends and novelties in the field of original animated film, with an emphasis on Eastern and Central Europe, through a series of lectures, roundtable discussions, thematic presentations and interviews with authors. More …

Branko Potočan & duo Silence: BLACK FRIDAY

December 12, 2018 7:00 pm

Melancholy as an image of levitation set to music

The performance is based on the poem Melancholic Thoughts by Dragotin Kette; He passed through a forest, a dark forest – his heart filled with sadness and grief. He asked a luxuriant tree: »Do you have any friends, tell me!« More …


December 21, 2018 8:00 pm

»The visual cocktail, saturated with hit tunes and enticing rhythms of the time (music by Janez Weiss and Jure Vlahovič), disco balls, neon glow, champagne galore, orgy of action, and entertainment hysteria is conceived as a sort of a gala evening (set design by son:DA, costume design by Mateja Benedetti). More …

CRITERION – a critical platform

Critical platform Criterion is an attempt to enable a reflection on performances, reflection of the season in Stara mestna elektrarna, and to establish a dialogue about the performances.

Each month of the season 2017/2018, Alma R. Selimović and Muanis Sinanović will select five authors who will write a text about the selected performance. In addition to written reflection on the performance, an event will be organized where we will confront our views live. At the end of the season, we will also invite some writers to put together a reflection on the entire season. Criterion will start with the texts on the Mladi levi festival; first writers will be: Pia Brezavšček, Alja Lobnik, Goran Lukić, Muanis Sinanović in Luka Zagoričnik.