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Minister of Culture and Media Opens the 34th Marulic Days

Minister of Culture and Media Opens the 34th Marulic Days

Dr. Nina Obuljen Koržinek, Minister of Culture and Media of the Republic of Croatia, will inaugurate the Croatian Drama Festival, the 34th Marulic Days, at the Croatian National Theatre Split stage on Sunday, April 21st. The opening ceremony, commencing at 8 p.m., will feature the traditional presentation of the Ministry Awards for New Dramatic Texts, followed by a performance of Jurica Pavičić's play "Red Water," adapted by Ivor Martinić and directed by Ivica Buljan.

Minister of Culture and Media Opens the 34th Marulic Days
Experience the Richness of the 34th Marulić Days with 12 Outstanding Performances and an Abundance of Side Events

Experience the Richness of the 34th Marulić Days with 12 Outstanding Performances and an Abundance of Side Events

The theatrical festival, the 34th Marulić Days, will ceremoniously commence on Sunday, April 21st, at the Croatian National Theatre Split stage, the birthplace and founder of the Croatian Drama Festival. In competition for festival awards, there will be 11 performances selected by this year's curator Jelena Kovačić, with one performance presented outside the competition on the last day of the festival. In the year commemorating the 500th anniversary of the death of the father of Croatian literature, Marko Marulić, the accompanying festival program promises to be exceptionally rich and diverse.

Experience the Richness of the 34th Marulić Days with 12 Outstanding Performances and an Abundance of Side Events
"Sinfoni(ett)a: Dance Author's Evening by Martin Chaix"

"Sinfoni(ett)a: Dance Author's Evening by Martin Chaix"

The Ballet of Croatian National Theatre in Split will perform the dance show "Sinfoni(ett)a," an author's evening by choreographer Martin Chaix, on the stage of the Split National Theatre on Thursday and Friday, April 18th and 19th, starting at 8:00 p.m. It consists of two contemporary dance pieces, "Sinfonietta" and "Dora and Slava," which Chaix has previously staged with the Split Ballet.

"Sinfoni(ett)a: Dance Author's Evening by Martin Chaix"
Martina Mikelić, Singer with a Rich International Career, Debuts in her Hometown

Martina Mikelić, Singer with a Rich International Career, Debuts in her Hometown

In the upcoming performances of Jakov Gotovac's opera "Mila Gojsalić" at the Croatian National Theatre Split, Martina Mikelić, a mezzo-soprano with an impressive international career, will make her debut in the leading role in her hometown. The performances are scheduled for Thursday, April 11th at 8:00 PM, Saturday, April 13th at 6:00 PM, and Monday, April 15th at 8:00 PM.

Martina Mikelić, Singer with a Rich International Career, Debuts in her Hometown
Musical Drama About the Heroism of the Poljica Girl - Debut of Celebrated Mezzo-Soprano in Her Hometown

Musical Drama About the Heroism of the Poljica Girl - Debut of Celebrated Mezzo-Soprano in Her Hometown

Opera "Mila Gojsalića", a historical musical drama by Jakov Gotovac about the heroism of the beautiful and proud girl from Poljica, the martyr and national heroine, the "Croatian Joan of Arc," returns to the stage of the Croatian National Theater in Split with performances on Thursday, Saturday, and Monday, April 11th, 13th, and 15th. Under the baton of maestro Josip Šego, directed by Ozren Prohić, Martina Mikelić, a mezzo-soprano with an exceptionally successful international career, will debut in the title role before the audience in her hometown.

Musical Drama About the Heroism of the Poljica Girl - Debut of Celebrated Mezzo-Soprano in Her Hometown
Unbridled emotions and family disarray in the struggle for inheritance

Unbridled emotions and family disarray in the struggle for inheritance

The upcoming theatrical premiere of "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" by Tennessee Williams was presented at the Croatian National Theatre in Split. This drama, set in the patriarchal American South of the 1950s, will grace the stage of the Split theater on Thursday, April 4th. Directed by the young, award-winning, and acclaimed director Jug Đorđević, making his debut on one of Croatia's stages, the play features Katarina Romac as Margaret, Goran Marković as Brick, and Trpimir Jurkić and Tajana Jovanović as Mama and Papa Pollock. The performance is presented in the translation by Iva Juriš, adaptation, and dramaturgy by Tijana Grumić.

Unbridled emotions and family disarray in the struggle for inheritance
"Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," a 20th-century classic directed by Jug Djordjevic

"Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," a 20th-century classic directed by Jug Djordjevic

The Croatian National Theatre Split's production of Tennessee Williams' "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," a classic of 20th-century American drama, will premiere on Thursday, April 4th, on the stage of the Split National Theatre. Directed by the young, award-winning director Jug Djordjevic in his debut on a Croatian stage, the drama, set in the patriarchal American South of the 1950s, will feature Katarina Romac as Margaret, Goran Marković as Brick, and Trpimir Jurkić and Tajana Jovanović as Mr. and Mrs. Pollock. The play is performed in the translation of Ivo Juriša, adapted and dramatized by Tijana Grumić.

"Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," a 20th-century classic directed by Jug Djordjevic