A DIFFERENT SEASON
2022/2023 — Season 67
The New Post Office

Crises

Directed by: Žiga Divjak
Co-production: Mladinsko Theatre, Maska Ljubljana, Bitef (Belgrade) and Cooperative Domino (Zagreb)
The co-production is a part of the project ACT — Art, Climate, Transition, a European cooperation project connecting art and activism with ecology and just transition.
Première: 27. 10. 2022 (Mladinsko), 30. 9. 2022 (Belgrade)
Performances
Friday / 30 Sep / 18:00 / Bitef theatre / Première
Saturday / 1 Oct / 20:00 / Bitef theatre
Thursday / 27 Oct / 20:00 / The New Post Office / Première
Friday / 28 Oct / 20:00 / The New Post Office / Buy ticket
Saturday / 29 Oct / 20:00 / The New Post Office / Buy ticket
Wednesday / 2 Nov / 20:00 / The New Post Office / Buy ticket
Saturday / 5 Nov / 20:00 / The New Post Office / Buy ticket
Sunday / 6 Nov / 20:00 / The New Post Office / Buy ticket
Tuesday / 8 Nov / 20:00 / The New Post Office / Buy ticket
Friday / 11 Nov / 20:00 / The New Post Office / Buy ticket
Monday / 14 Nov / 20:00 / The New Post Office / Buy ticket
Cast
Credits
  • Dramaturgy: Goran Injac
  • Set design: Igor Vasiljev
  • Costume design: Tina Pavlović
  • Music: Blaž Gracar
  • Production management: Tina Dobnik

Based on  books Less is More by Jason Hickel and TheMushroom at the End of the World by Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing

Description

In life, we are constantly facing different crises – be it personal, professional, social, political, refugee, health, existential, etc. Behind them lurks maybe the biggest one in the history of humankind: the environmental. But in spite of its magnitude we are losing energy to solve other, ever new crises, trying to just restore the current situation … and forgetting that a crisis can be an exceptional time when seemingly impossible ideas become possible. The key question is: Which ideas? Those that would ensure more security, protection, health and well-being to everyone, or those meant to make the already unimaginably rich even richer? In Crises, Žiga Divjak and his team tackle all these questions and explore the human capacity for collaboration and the need to re-discover natural world not as a source but as our kin.

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