|Imaginarni, Zavod za kulturno dejavnost|
|Kongresni trg 6, SI-1000 Ljubljana|
|Primož Ekart, Head|
|Phone||386 (0) 425 2176|
- 11 August 2019
Powerlessness, directed by Mini Theatre, at the International Festival of Contemporary Theatre Zadar Snova in , organiser info , produced by Imaginarni Institute and co-produced by
- 27 April to 28 April 2015
The Crazy Locomotive, produced by the Slovene National Theatre Drama Ljubljana, and Europe, co-produced by Imaginarni Institute and Cankarjev dom, Cultural and Congress Centre, at the 25th Marulič Days festival of Croatian drama at , in ,
- 7 May 2014
Marlene Dietrich, produced by the ŠKUC Association, Prešeren Theatre Kranj, and Imaginarni Institute, at in ,
- 4 March 2014
Nebojša Pop - Tasić's Marlene Dietrich produced by the ŠKUC Association, Prešeren Theatre Kranj, and Imaginarni Institute at in ,
In the short time of its existence, Imaginarni has produced several resounding productions, either the first Slovene stagings of international dramatic texts or premières of Slovene dramatic texts.
In 2007, a very successful solo performance I Am My Own Wife [Poročena s seboj], a play by Doug Wright based on his conversations with German transvestite Charlotte von Mahlsdorf who survived the Nazi and Communist regimes in East Berlin as a transvestite, premièred at Cankarjev dom Culture and Congress Centre. The play starred and was directed by .
Imaginarni and Bunker Institute co-produced the play The Swing [Gugalnica] (2007) by the young Slovene playwright , directed by the film director , which was also presented in the accompanying programme of the 2008 Week of Slovenian Drama. The performance Ella (2008), written by the German author Hebert Achternbusch, directed by Ekart, and co-produced by Cankarjev dom Culture and Congress Centre, a story about a mentally disabled woman who is the object of physical and mental abuse because of her condition, was extremely well received by the critical audience. Also in 2008, Imaginarni, Cankarjev dom Culture and Congress Centre, and City of Women International Festival of Contemporary Arts produced Jane Shepard's play Commencing [Zaciklani], a play about two women with different sexual orientations and their prejudices. received the Satyr for Best Actor at the 2009 Slovene Festival of Chamber Theatre (SKUP) for his role in the play Blackbird [Črni kos] by David Harrower, a co-production of Imaginarni and Cankarjev dom Culture and Congress Centre.
Imaginarni co-produced with Ljubljana City Theatre (MGL) 's debut play Pooch, Pussy, and Poof [Pes, pizda in peder] (2010), directed by , which was nominated for the Grum Award at the 2008 Week of Slovenian Drama. The staging of Venedict Yerofeyev's poem in prose Moscow-Petushki [Moskva-Petuški] (2010), co-produced by Familija, was presented at the Generations section of the 2010 Borštnik Theatre Festival.
Imaginarni often collaborates with the electronic music duo Silence.
Imaginarni is the associate partner of the project Global State of Art: theatre for development education, which is coordinated by Ekvilib Institute, Slovenia, and co-financed by the European Union.