Performers: Svetlana Makarovič, Robert Waltl, Sánta Ferenc ml. - violin, Czaba Varady, viola.
Performance is donated in support of Mini teater, ticket price: 20,00€. Information on weekdays between 10.00-15.00 or one hour before the performance: firstname.lastname@example.org 01 4256060 041 314 414 www.mini-teater.si.
Before Women's Day our greatest poet and writer Svetlana Makarovič will be performing with extracts from her best-known dramatic texts for adults Deadman comes after his lover. Radio play, which was later performed in a puppet performance on the stage Ljubljana Puppet Theater and was last year published in the collection of Aleph, explores the power of love and pain from the loss of loved ones. Main chacarter Micika is divided because of the tragic loss of her fiance between full and pragmatic focus of despair and the act of choosing a new groom. Although in the end she decides to go ahead and marry the miller, the question remains whether he still the same person, and what is the price to be paid for. Shocking story will be interpreted by Svetlana Makarovič and Robert Waltl, the evocative musical accompaniment will be performed by the Hungarian Ferenc Santa virtuoso on violin and Vadász Károly on cymbals. Both musicians are renouned soloists of the National Gypsy Orchestra of Budapest, representing the Hungarian and Gypsy music worldwide. For his work, the orchestra leader and founder of the Santa Ferenc got the most important national prizes for art, such as Lisztova (2002), Kosshutova (2007) and Prima primissima Award (2009).
An unforgettable evening of art literature and music avaits you.