Osim ove predstave, na programu 17. ZadraSnova naći će se i Rekvijem za organe u produkciji Hotela Bulić, Victimize u splitskog Fraktal Falus Teatra, C8H11NO2 novocirkuske kompanije Room100,  Love will tear us a part i Boys don’t cry skupne DeFacto, gostujući naslov iz Poljske Fight Fight – that’s all we can do umjetničkog kolektiva Ja Ja Ja Ne Ne Ne Ne, te premijera nastala u koprodukciji festivala s Mini teatromNovim kazalištemMestnim gledališčem Ptuj i Mavenom – Zatvaranje ljubavi, čiju će režiju potpisati Ivica Buljan.

Redatelji su predstave Nora Krstulović i Vedran Peternel, dok potonji potpisuje i glazbu. Autor oblikovanja svjetla je Saša Fistrić, autorice vizualnog identiteta predstave su Klasja Habjan i Zita Nakić Vojnović, a u predstavi igraju Ines Cokarić, Ivica Gunjača, Zvonko Hrabar, Sanja Mataga, Vedran Peternel, Adriana Šnajder i Šime Zanze.

Sponzor predstave je Sony Mobile, a medijski partneri Gadgeterija.net i Radio 808.

Ulaznice za izvedbu na ZadruSnova rezervirati možete telefonom na +385 23 250 708 ili mailom na info(a)zadarsnova.hr‘Forest, Timber, Hardly, Quite’ has been invited to 17th ZadarSnova festival in Zadar, Croatia, where it will be performed on August 13th.

When was the last time you were truly happy? Do you let others run your life or do you make your own decisions? Is the pleasure a matter of physiology or trust? Did you know that word orgasm comes from Greek οργασμός [orgasmos], and acctualy means to – mature?

These and similar issues are debated , through a collage of music, dance and remarkable dramatic situations, in the showForest, Timber, Hardly, Quite’ adapted from ‘Book of Orgasms’, an underground cult classic by Nin Andrews, a book that critics claim to be a unique blend of the influences of SwiftBorges and – Buñuel.

According to reviews the show is  ‘provocative and witty‘ [Večernji list], ideal ‘even for people who have given up on theatre‘ [Hrvatski radio], performed by  ‘slick and perfectly tuned ensamble‘ [Kazalište.hr],and therefore  ‘the most successful production of theatrical spring in Zagreb‘ [Ziher.hr].

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