Director: Dominique Schnizer
Stage Design and Costume Design: Christin Treunert
Lighting Design: Zdravko Stolnik
Stage Movement Assistant: Pravdan Devlahović
Assistant Director: Arno Vinković


LISA: Ivana Bolanča
FABIAN: Filip Križan
JOSEPHA: Natalija Đorđević
IRENA: Irena Tereza Prpić

Stage Manager: Ana Dulčić
Prompter at the rehearsal: Andrea Glad

First rehearsal: November 21st, 2014
Opening night: January 16th, 2015

A new play by our young and praised playwright Ivor Martinić is the result of the cooperation between the artists from Gavella Theatre and Theater und Orchester Heidelberg, which is a part of the international project ''The Art of Aging''. I'm Afraid We Know Each Other Now, directed by Dominique Schnizer and performed by both Croatian and German actors, places in its centre a love break-up, in order to say something about the new generation that difficultly finds reasons for rebellion. The past of former lovers is observed from the present with the goal to find a reason why such an end happened and could it have been avoided. It is a play about memory, about an attempt to define truth, about the always changing history, depending on which moment are we observing it from...Martinić's text asks questions like: ''What is our personal history made of? How do we form the past? What consequences does it have on our identity?'' The individual will try to overcome a catastrophic situation by surrounding himself with a group of people, knowing he can not survive on his own; in that group he will try to accomplish the mission of living in ''that which has already happened'', protesting against everything the future brings...

''The performance of the new play by Ivor Martinić ''I'm Afraid We Know Each Other Now'' in Gavella has confirmed the following: Croatian drama definitely got a writer who feels and knows how to form female characters. (...) This is a story about middle-class people, ordinary people and an utterly surreal love quadrangle. (...) Fabijan is inspiredly portrayed by the young Filip Križan, who acknowledged he is definitely developing into an intelligent actor.'' (Tomislav Čadež, Jutarnji list)