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18
Sep

Awarding the play „Everything’s all right“ with Grand Prix ended the 6th Juventafest

The members of the Serbian Theatre „Gimnazijalac“, impressed the Sarajevo Youth Theatre with the play “Everything’s all right” and won the Grand Prix of the 6th International festival of high school theatre Juventafest. The play directed by Dušan Blagojević, based on Jasminka Petrović text, simply enchanted the audience and jury members Emina Minka Muftić, Slađana Zrnić and Igor Pavlović. The

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17
Sep

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FROM BANJA LUKA BRILLIANT ON STAGE, TONIGHT THE CLOSING OF JUVENTAFEST

On the fourth day of the the 6th International festival of high school theatre Juventafest, the brilliant play “Test” was performed by the City Theatre Jazavac from Banja Luka on the stage of the Sarajevo Youth Theatre. A play talking about four friends with a very different characters and house manners, who go to school together, was directed by Nikolina

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16
Sep

„THE WAVE“ BY YOUTH THEATRE DADOV IMPRESSED THE AUDIENCE

On the third day the 6th International festival of high school theatre Juventafest, which was officially opened on Thursday in Sarajevo, the audience could see a brilliant play “The Wave” directed by Predrag Stojmenović and performed by the Youth Theatre Dadov. The guests from Serbia, twenty-three of them, in 75 minutes, performed on the stage of Sarajevo Youth Theatre the

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15
Sep

THE SECOND DAY OF THE FESTIVAL MARKED BY THE PLAYS FROM CZECH REPUBLIC AND CROATIA

After the brilliant performance of the musical “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, which opened the 6th International festival of high school theatre Juventafest on Thursday September 13, there were two plays on the second day of the programme. First, the Sarajevo audience had the opportunity to see the Elementary Art school Louny from Czech Republic with the play “Low Fat Life”

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14
Sep

JUVENTAFEST OPENED WITH THE MUSICAL „A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM“

The 6th International festival of high school theatre Juventafest was opened with the musical „A Midsummer Night’s Dream“. The audience was eagerly awaiting the appearance of the Slovenian high school students announced by the Juventafest director Jasna Diklić. Dear boys and girls, participants of Juventafest, your affinities are different, but I am sure that the decision to engage in theatre

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11
Sep

PRESS RELEASE – PRESS CONFERENCE

The sixth 6th International festival of high school theatre Juventafest , that will be held in Sarajevo from 13 to 17 September 2018, will host almost 150 young theatre creators from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia, Czech Republic, and the Sarajevo audience will be able to enjoy outstanding plays. As the director of the festival Jasna Diklić said at

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4
Aug

VOLUNTEER AT THE SIXTH JUVENTAFEST!

Juventafest invites all highschool students from Bosnia and Herzegovina who love theatre and are eager for a new experience (and fun time), to volunteer at this year’s Festival! Knowing that volunteers are an important part of any festival team, without whom preparation, organization and activities could not be realized,  we are looking for volunteers who would help us in the

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31
May

Six best plays have been selected

The 6th International festival of high school theatre Juventafest, which will host almost 150 young theatre creators from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia, Czech Republic … will be held in Sarajevo from 13 to 17 September 2018. The selector Asja Krsmanović had a tough job with a large number of applications coming from Europe, to choose the six best,

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14
Sep

Class Enemy by Drama Studio INK of City Theatre Pula is the winner of 5th Juventafest

The last day of Juventafest started with presentations of five workshops organized in the framework of the Festival. After that, participants and guests of the Festival gathered at the Bridge of Suada and Olga and paraded to the International Center for Children and Youth Novo Sarajevo in the company of Sarajevo Drum Orchestra. The last play of the Festival was

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13
Sep

Society in Decline Seen Through the Eyes of High-School Students

On the fourth day of Juventafest audience had the opportunity to see two plays that deal with social problems in two completely different ways. At 17:00 at Sarajevo Youth Theatre, Theatre studio “Masks” from Russia performed Read! directed by Iulia Sitnikova. This anti-utopian performance is based on the novels “Fehrenheit 451” by Ray Bradbury, “1984” George Orwell and “We” Eugene

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