The Grand Prix for the Best performance of the Maribor Theatre Festival
The Crazy Locomotive by Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz, directed by Jernej Lorenci and performed by the Slovene National Theatre Drama Ljubljana
Award for Directing
Mateja Koležnik for directing the performance John Gabriel Borkman by Henrik Ibsen and performed by the Drama of the Slovene National Theatre Maribor
Four awards for acting
Nataša Barbara Gračner for the role of Mother in the production of The Mother performed by the Slovene National Theatre Drama Ljubljana
Polona Juh for the role of Ophelia in the production of Hamlet performed by the Slovene National Theatre Drama Ljubljana
Nataša Matjašec Rošker for the role of Miss Elle Rentheim in the production of John Gabriel Borkman performed by the Drama of the Slovene National Theatre Maribor
Igor Samobor for the role of John Gabriel Borkman in the production John Gabriel Borkman performed by the Drama of the Slovene National Theatre Maribor
Young Actress Award
Tina Gunzek for the role of Girl in the production of Exercises for Anxiety performed by Slovene Permanent Theatre Trieste
Award for Translation
Srečko Fišer for translation of Hamlet by William Shakespeare performed by the Slovene National Theatre Drama Ljubljana
Award for Set Design
Numen and Ivana Radenović for set design in the productions of Black Beast Sorrow performed by the Ljubljana City Theatre and The Master and Margarita performed by the Drama of the Slovene National Theatre Maribor
Award for Music
Branko Rožman for music in the productions of The Crazy Locomotive performed by the Slovene National Theatre Drama Ljubljana
Award for Artistic Direction
Marinka Poštrak for the artistic direction in the production 25.671 performed by the Prešeren Theatre Kranj
Borštnik Jury Award
For the collective creation of the production Exercises for Anxiety performed by the Slovene Civic Permanent Theatre, Trieste
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