Première May 2022
Running time 1 hour 10 minutes. No intermission.
Students of stage acting Alja Krhin, Maja Kunaver, Rok Ličen, Kaja Petrovič, Luka Seražin
Students of theatre directing Marko Rengeo, Lucija Trobec
Student of dramaturgy and performing arts Luna Pentek
Mentors doc. Branko Jordan, izr. prof. Jernej Lorenci
Executive producer Mija Špiler
The original Italian term improvisation means to work, to play without preparation; it is a mechanism whose essence is uncertainty or unpredictability. In the second semester of drama and theatre directing, the whole group of first-year students of stage acting, theatre directing, dramaturgy and performing arts is in a deep whirlwind of constantly new situations, stories, pre-stories, circumstances, as well as emotional states, conflicts, happiness, love, anger, the frustrations we capture
from the world around us, in which we live and with which we are in a constant relationship, just as we are in various interpersonal relationships. We can imagine the personal stories of people from the past, but we can only experience their present and future in situ, i.e. immanently and in direct contact, in the complexity of coexistence. One of the basic venues of such coexistence is the theatre, namely, the stage. We try to enjoy this vortex, surrender to it, observe it, observe it, raise
awareness, give it wings, influence it, shape it, accept it and also oppose it.
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