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Slovak National Theatre

Bernhard Studlar: Longing for the enemy

Túžba po nepriateľovi
The world premiere of a play commissioned by the Slovak National Theatre Drama

Tuesday 21. November 2017 - 19:00, Cancelled, Studio, the new building of SND

dual performance:

Tuesday 21. November 2017 - 19:00

Péter Esterházy: Mercedes Benz

Mercedes Benz - A two-part historical revue An original play commissioned by the Slovak National Theatre Drama
Wednesday 13. December 2017 - 19:00 Detail Buy the ticket

Premiere: 25 and 26 March 2017 New Building, Studio

Translated by: Martina Vannayová
Directed by: Ján Luterán
Dramaturgy: Daniel Majling
Set design: Juraj Poliak
Eva Kleinová
Musik: Daniel Fischer
Petra Vajdová
Monika Hilmerová
Milan Ondrík
Ivan Vojtek
Dominika Kavaschová
Jana Oľhová
Robert Roth
Daniel Fischer
Monika Potokárová
Peter Brajerčík, ako hosť
Samuel Šimko, poslucháč VŠMU, Marek Koleno, ako hosť

Bernhard Studlar is an Austrian playwright. His plays were premiered at renowned European theatres such as the Vienna Burgtheater, the Schauspielhaus in Hamburg, the Neumarkt Theater in Zurich. Studlar has recieced several awards. In 2000 Studlarand Andreas Sauter Kleist received the prize for best young playwright from German-speaking countries for A. is eine Andere, Transdanubia Dreaming and the first prize at the Heidelberg festival. The text – which was produced specifically for the Slovak National Theatre – deals with the human need to have an enemy, because the enemy is often the only glue that holds the community together. Longing for the Enemy will be directed by a representative of the youngest generation of directors – Ján Luterán.

Running time: 1 hr 40 mins with no interval



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