Kolektiv Narobov

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Kolektiv Narobov
http://www.narobov.org
narobov6@siol.net
Karunova 14, SI-1000 Ljubljana
Phone386 (0) 31 373 559
RegionSI-1
Maja Dekleva Lapajne, Artistic Director and Organiser
Phone386 (0) 41 268 569



Past Events
  • 4 June to 7 June 2015
    A screening of Should I stay or should I go? by Kolektiv Narobov (Federacija Institute) and lectures, workshops, debates by or with the project participants in the framework of the international conference on improv and film at UfaFabrik in Berlin, Germany
    programme
  • 12 May 2014
    Montag, an improvisational performance also featuring Sonja Vilč (Kolektiv Narobov), at Orpheum Theatre in Graz, Austria
    programme
  • 10 April to 12 April 2014
    Should I stay or should I go? by Kolektiv Narobov (Federacija Institute) at the Festival Stay or Go in Lyon, France
    programme
  • 28 March 2014
    The project Meta Impro by Maja Dekleva Lapajne (Kolektiv Narobov) at the IMPRO 2014 at Ratibor Theater in Berlin, Germany
    programme
  • 29 November 2013
    FM by Kolektiv Narobov at the Impronale nr. 11 at Puschkinhaus in Halle (Saale), Germany
    programme
  • 18 March to 24 March 2013
    Mind. Why improvise?, a workshop by Maja Dekleva Lapajne (Kolektiv Narobov) at the BIF week during Impro Festival Berlin at Ratibortheater in Berlin, Germany
    programme
  • 23 March to 31 March 2012
    Tomaž Lapajne, Kolektiv Narobov, at the 2012 Impro Festival Berlin in Berlin, Germany
    programme
  • 1 March to 3 March 2012
    Tok-Tok by Kolektiv Narobov at Theater Olé in Vienna, Austria
    programme
  • 12 October 2011
    Tok-tok performance by Kolektiv Narobov at K&K center in St. Johann im Rosental/Šentjanž v Rožu, Austria
    programme
  • 4 October 2011
    Tok-tok performance by Kolektiv Narobov at the Tbilisi International Festival of Theatre in Tbilisi, Georgia
    programme
  • 14 April 2011
    Call by Kolektiv Narobov at the Kölner ImproFestival in Cologne, Germany
    programme
  • 18 March to 27 March 2011
    Narobov at Improvisationstheater-Festival at Various locations in Berlin in Berlin, Germany
    programme
  • 15 March 2011
    Narobov at Subito 2011, Mondial d'Impro at Espace Vauban in Brest, France
    programme



Founded in 2004 by Alenka Marinič, Dražen Dragojević, Gregor Moder, Maja Dekleva Lapajne, Sonja Vilč, and Tomaž Lapajne, Kolektiv Narobov is a Ljubljana-based professional performing arts collective and one of Slovenia's leading improvisation theatre groups that has developed a very unique approach to improvisation, comedy and storytelling, combining influences of physical theatre, contemporary dance, and clowning.

Production

Kolektiv Narobov has developed their own specific style by experimenting with improvisation in different performance contexts, from physical and experimental theatre to cabaret and music shows, radio plays and street performances and interventions, and collaborating with guest actors, dancers, visual artists and musicians. Apart from their work across different genres, the Narobovs seek to fuse their individual expertise in different fields (cultural studies and philosophy, social work and education) into new ways of understanding the role of improvisation as collective storytelling in a broader artistic and social context.

Since 2013, Kolektiv Narobov closely collaborates with Federacija Institute to improve their organisational, artistic and production opportunities. Kolektiv Narobov develops its works also in collaboration with international fellow co-producers, such as the Gorilla Theater (DE), Stockholms Improvisationsteater (SE), Combats Absurdes (FR), Theater im Bahnhof (AT), etc. Through intensive tours of guest performances across Europe and North America, the Narobovs have built a wide artistic network and developed it further through the annual Naked Stage International Improvisational Theatre Festival, which they initiated in 2002 within the KUD France Prešeren Arts and Culture Association.

Narobov has performed at several regional festivals, including Naked Stage International Improvisational Theatre Festival, Trnfest, Ana Desetnica International Street Theatre Festival, Lent Festival, Days of Poetry and Wine Medana, and at international festivals around Europe as well as in the USA and Canada.

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