22. 10., 15.30–17.00
5 € (ticket reservations and sales at the venue)
In 2021, the year of lockdowns, the high school students selected at the audition studied school as an institution. They were interested in the established school order and its effect on their growing up. What is alright about school and what is not? What does it teach us beyond its set objectives? What happens outside the official curriculum? What do teachers do (sub)consciously and (un)intentionally? What goes on in hallways during breaks? What do we start taking for granted? Which values are promoted by schools and which values should be promoted instead? What kind of school do we strive towards and how can we change it?
Co-authored and performed by: Špela Čekada, Petja Golec Horvat, Neža Ana Goričar, Tara Klemenčič Belšak, Pika Kovač, Dominik Križ, Laura Penšek Kozmelj, Žak Može, Filip Perpar, Ela Romih, Sinja Smokvina
The performance can also be seen on:
Saturday, 23. 10., at 17.00.
Author, director and choreographer: Nataša Živković; co-author and artistic, pedagogic and dramaturgic assistant: Sara Šabec; concept and assistance: Tea Hvala, Teja Reba; additional artistic and pedagogic assistance: Ajda Rooss, Benjamin Zajc; scenography: Urša Vidic; music: Lovekovski (Neža Dobrovoljc, Niki Lapkovski); song author: Sinja Smokvina (Spizdi), Pika Kovač (Ko ko koma); lighting designer: Urška Vohar; stage management and sound design: Mitja Vasič, Emil Koprivc; video: Filip Jembrih, Veronika Francesca Štefančič, Ivana Vogrinc Vidali; photography: Nada Žgank, Ela Romih; light direction: Niko Štabuc; set technician: Stanko Božanić; coordination and organisation: Edita Golob; executive producers: Alja Cerar Mihajlović, Eva Prodan; language editing: Klasja Kovačič; thanks to: Ajgul Hakimova, Darja Štirn, Aleš Zobec, Jadranka Pavlović, Waldorf School Ljubljana; production: City of Women as part of the EU project BE PART and the Ljubljana Puppet Theatre as part of the EU project ConnectUp. The project is co-financed by the EU programme Creative Europe. Supported by: Creative Europe, Ministry of Public Administration.