Shakespeare Festival from 12th to 16th September

The Beethoven and Shakespeare music piece, performed by the string quartet of the Belgrade Philharmonic, an unusual combination of two great artists, will open the seventh Shakespeare Festival.

Beethoven found the inspiration in Shakespeare for many of his works, especially for his music for string quartets, while the overture of Coriolanus is a thank you note to Shakespeare.

The National Theatre from Niš, the Kruševac Theatre and the Nisville Jazz Festival all collaborated on Shakespeare’s play “As You Like It”, based on Nikita Milivojevic’s idea. “The Two Gentlemen of Verona”, directed by Mija Knežević, will be performed by the actors from the Šabac Theatre, while the famous drama by Tom Stoppard about two secondary characters of Shakespeare’s Hamlet “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead” will be performed by the actors from the Serbian National Theatre of Novi Sad and directed by Igor Pavlović.

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The Festival will be held from September 12th to 16the in the magnificent Stanković Villa in Čortanovci, near Novi Sad, with the help of UNIQA insurance company.

On the last festival day, the play “My Shakespeare”, directed by Nikita Milivojević, will be performed. In the play, the actors performing the plays of the great playwright are acting in the present and thus helping the audience to get to better know Shakespeare through behind-the-scenes adventures and their own experiences from acting in Shakespeare’s play.

Tickets for this extraordinary theatrical experience can be purchased for 500 dinars. There is enough room in the audience for 120 people and transportation from Belgrade and Novi Sad has also been arranged.

(Kurir, 03.09.2020)

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