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  • May 16th Thu, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM | Konvikt – šapitó

    SCHREIE!

    SCHREIE UND FLÜSTERN
    DISCUSSION about the pitfalls of dramatization of the biographical prose of a living author, the thriving direction of the Dresden drama scene, and the “German-speaking perspective” of the festival programme.
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  • May 16th Thu, 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM | Konvikt – Divadlo K3

    Lim Jin-ho – Ji Kyung-min A SILVER KNIFE Goblin Party Seoul

    A quartet of female performers dancing, rapping and swearing in a whirl of provocative scenes. An emotional production of one of the currently most successful Korean dance groups reviving the local tradition. Its transformation on stage focuses and comments on the issue of the social status of present woman.
    DISCUSSION follows
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  • May 16th Thu, 6:00 PM - 7:05 PM | Divadlo hudby

    Andrijana Trpković – Lucie Ferenzová – Markéta Dvořáková ONE NIGHT STAND/UP! Kolonie z. s.

    CRIES AND WHISPERS
    “Balkan war comedy” about growing up on Croatian beaches and on the streets of Belgrade during the troubled 1990s. Memories of Yugoslavia, Nike shoes, bombardment and moving to the Czech Republic. A funny yet disturbing one woman show, full of black and incorrect humour. A female view of director Lucie Ferenzová at the bloodstained conflict inspired by the journalist Vedrana Rudan’s work.

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  • May 16th Thu, 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM | Divadlo na cucky

    E. Tabery – I. Mikulová – P. Lančarič ABANDONED SOCIETY Divadlo na cucky Olomouc

    CRIES AND WHISPERS
    Thoughts of K. H. Borovský, TGM, F. Peroutka, V. Černý, J. Patočka or V. Havel in a stage collage of texts of the last book of the editor in chief of the Respekt weekly. Adventurous journey from the formation of the Republic to our present – with the Slovak director Patrik Lančarič. World premiere.
    DISCUSSION follows
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  • May 16th Thu, 10:45 PM - 2:30 AM | Konvikt – šapitó

    PDCH

    DJ set
    A dreamy set by a music enthusiast and promoter from Brno.
    free entry