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Worldwide events in 2010 for Theatre

    • 22 December 2010
      Spomenik G by Janez Janša and produced by Maska Institute and Ljubljana City Theatre (MGL) at the Belgrade International Theatre Festival BITEF in Belgrade, Serbia
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    • 21 December 2010
      Performances by Marjeta Kamnikar and her son Gregor Kamnikar produced by the Federacija Institute at Center for cultural decontamination in Belgrade, Serbia
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    • 18 December 2010
      Julija by Sanja Nešković Peršin and produced by Muzeum Institute at Bitef Teatar in Belgrade, Serbia
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    • 24 October 2010
      Damned Be the Traitor of His Homeland!, directed by Oliver Frljić and produced by Mladinsko Theatre, at the MESS International Theatre Festival at Chamber Theater 55 in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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    • 26 September to 29 December 2010
      KUD Ljud at the Acco Festival of Alternative Israeli Theatre, in cooperation with the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Tel Aviv in Acre, Israel
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    • 22 September 2010
      Spomenik G, a reconstruction directed by Dušan Jovanović and Janez Janša, produced by Maska Institute at Bitef Theatre in Belgrade, Serbia
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    • 16 September to 26 September 2010
      Damned Be the Traitor of His Homeland!, directed by Oliver Frljić and produced by Mladinsko Theatre; The Bridge Over Blood by Damir Avdić, directed by Marko Bulc and produced by the Glej Theatre; and Exit the King, co-produced by Slovene National Theatre Drama Ljubljana and Ex Ponto International Festival, supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Skopje, at the International Theatre Festival MOT at Youth Cultural Centre in Skopje, Macedonia
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    • 9 September to 10 October 2010
      Beyond Everydayness – Theatre Architecture in Central Europe, a 2010 touring exhibition (Budapest–Prague–Warsaw–Bratislava–Ljubljana) co-organised by the National Theatre Museum of Slovenia at Exhibition Pavilion Podhradie, Slovak National Museum in Bratislava, Slovakia
      programme
    • 3 September 2010
      Affection, disempowerment and proximity of theory: giving chance to performance, a lecture by Bojana Kunst at the ZOOM Festival PERFORMANCE STUDIES international#15 follow up panel Misfits: inverted concepts, inverted theories at Art Kino Croatia in Rijeka, Croatia
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    • 30 August to 4 September 2010
      Janez Janša in Rijeka - 3 performances and exhibition by J.J. produced by Maska Institute presented at the ZOOM Festival at Croatian Cultural Centre (HKD) at Sušak and Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rijeka, Croatia
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    • 20 August 2010
      Forbidden Loves by Silvan Omerzu produced by Ljubljana Puppet Theatre and Konj Puppet Theatre at the Pécs International Puppet Festival for Adults in Pécs, Hungary
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    • 6 July to 28 July 2010
      Beyond Everydayness – Theatre Architecture in Central Europe, a 2010 touring exhibition (Budapest–Prague–Warsaw–Bratislava–Ljubljana) co-organised by the National Theatre Museum of Slovenia at Royal Castle in Warsaw, Poland
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    • 15 June 2010
      Damned be the traitor of his homeland! by O.Frljić, produced by Mladinsko Theatre at the Days of Satire festival at Kerempuh Satirical Theatre in Zagreb, Croatia
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    • 3 June 2010
      Sleeping Beauty produced by the Ljubljana Puppet Theatre at the XXIII. International Puppet Festival Valise in Łomža, Poland
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    • 12 May to 6 June 2010
      Beyond Everydayness – Theatre Architecture in Central Europe, a 2010 touring exhibition (Budapest–Prague–Warsaw–Bratislava–Ljubljana) co-organised by the National Theatre Museum of Slovenia at National Technical Library Prague in Prague, Czech Republic
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    • 3 May to 11 May 2010
      Damned be the traitor of his homeland! by O.Frljić, produced by Mladinsko Theatre at the International Small Scene Theatre Festival in Rijeka, Croatia
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    • 26 March to 30 April 2010
      Beyond Everydayness – Theatre Architecture in Central Europe, a 2010 touring exhibition (Budapest–Prague–Warsaw–Bratislava–Ljubljana) co-organised by the National Theatre Museum of Slovenia in Budapest, Hungary
      programme
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