The entrance fee is 5 euros. Tickets will be available at the venue one hour before the event.
Radically tender ceremony
Devised performance / The Affluent Drag Ensemble collective with co-workers
Citizens Dragana and Dragica traveled in 2020. Through the cycling protests, through the points of establishing a new statehood, through the key symbols of Sloveneness. Dressed in national costumes singing those old, good, popular tunes. He who sings does not think badly. The longer they walked, the more they wished they were not so much a citizen, but rather a resident. Now they have arrived at the theatre. It’s time for the Jubilee.
What builds and what disintegrates a nation? Who are we and where are we going? What is our identity and how do we transcend it? Is that even possible? Desired? Urgent? In this process, how do we build a relationship with ourselves, with each other and with everything that defines us? How to get rid of the weight of symbols? Is it possible to wash away the sins of the state through symbolic decomposition? What is our alternative? Where do we find freedom? What lies beyond nation, state, humanity? And where in the flood of hard populism is there room for radical tenderness as a point of ultimate resistance to all forms of oppression?
The Affluent Drag Ensemble:
Danijel Petković is a dancer, performer and actor. He dedicates himself to contemporary dance and performance, new burlesque and hybrid forms of performing arts. He is a permanent member of the Feminalz collective, with which, as Dee Dee Void, he co-creates the techno-burlesque Image Snatchers.
Rok Kravanja is an actor who works in both institutional and non-institutional projects. The focus of his work is in exploring the relationship with the audience and overcoming the boundaries of classical theatrical frameworks trough the productions of Via Negativa, Maska, Moment, Škuc, Glej Theatre.
Urban Belina works as a post-media creator, curator, literary translator and writer. He focuses on exploring the political potential of queer images, health care, the welfare industry, borderline anatomies and identities of the rainbow spectrum, as well as other diverse expressions and syndromes of (post)human existence.
Ajda Tomazin is a designer and a choreographer. She completed her Master’s degree in Choreography and Performance with dr. Bojana Kunst. Her specificity is that she participates in projects with integrated concepts that include choreography and design – the design of visuals, space; thereby creating a special language and methodology of the creative process.
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