Wednesday, 19. June 2013. 19:30
At ''The Days of Macedonian Theatre'' held in 2006 in Gavella, when Skopje Drama Theatre presented its three productions, the theatre-goers in Zagreb were able to see two plays directed by Alexander Popovski: Goran Stefanovski's Proud Flesh and Molière's Don Juan. Both had shown that behind them stood a director who didn't want to modestly ''transfer the text to the stage'', but approached it as a model he wished to play with and transpose it into visually impressive images on the set. We believe that Shakespeare's classic is a play that invokes precisely that kind of directorial approach, because the play's vividness is unquestionable and its imaginative interpreters are imperative.
Thursday, 20. June 2013. 19:30
Crime, prostitution, alcoholism and poverty on the one hand, contrasted with the roaring success achieved through the instant rise to fame on the other, are taking this text to etremes, which Glowacki skillfully tones down with humour, as well as with typical Slavic warmth and the desire for something different, to be different.