Guest speakers Marko Bulc, theatre director and the former artistic director of Glej Theatre Marko Bratuš, artistic director of SNG Nova Gorica and the former artistic director of Glej Theatre Jure Novak, director, the former artistic director and current member of Artistic Council of Glej Theatre Barbara Poček, producer and the current member of Artistic Council of Glej Theatre
Glej Theatre, the oldest independent theatre on the territory of the former Yugoslavia, celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of its operation. The first production, Peter Handke’s Caspar, directed by Iztok Tory, premièred on June 25th, 1970. The discussion aims to focus in particular on the last decade of Glej, importantly influenced by new shifts in the field of independent theatre: How are the deteriorating conditions of productions on the independent scene changing the programme
forming and the mission of independent theatres? How are the experimental supporting and discursive programs (which have in the last decade become practice in many public institutions), created, particularly those for young adults? How important is a network of producers, for example an independent annual theatre subscription Transverzala and the international platform Trigger? And, of course, how do we, in the light of the coronavirus situation envision international collaboration, which is
becoming increasingly important part of Glej’s production and direction?
Participating in the discussion will be the artistic directors from the last decade. The discussion concludes the year-long celebration of the anniversary.
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