JoakimInterFest od 7-15. oktobra 2010.

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od 7-15. oktobra, Knjaževsko-srpski teatar, grad Kragujevac.
Pokrovitelji 5. JoakimInterFesta su grad Kragujevac i Ministarstvo kulture Republike Srbije.

Prvi JoakimInterFest je održan u Kragujevcu, Knjaževsko–srpskom teatru od 7–14. oktobra 2006. godine. Na Festivalu je izvedeno trinaest predstava iz šest zemalja: Engleske, Rumunije, Slovenije, Hrvatske, Crne Gore i Srbije. Žiri je za najbolju predstavu proglasio komad Okamenjeni princ Heninga Mankela u izvođenju Malog pozorišta Duško Radović iz Beograda.

Direkcija Festivala se trudi da svake godine predstavi neku od esencijalnih pozorišnih vrednosti povezanih istaživačkom i inovativnom tematikom.

Prethodnih godina podnaslovi Festivala su bili Lice i naličje (savremeni i klasični dramski autor), Tespisova kola (umetnost glumca), Protejev san (stvaralaštvo reditelja).

Za veoma kratko vreme JoakimInterFest postaje Festival od posebnog značaja za državu Srbiju, a po mišljenju brojnih učesnika iz mnogih svetskih pozorišnih centara jedan od najprestižnijih festivala u centralnoj Evropi.

Od 2010. godine JoakimInterFest je član dve međunarodne pozorišne mreže, Nove evropske pozorišne akcije NETA, New European Theatre Action i Međunarodne pozorišne mreže svetskih pozorišta InterAct, World Theatre Network InterAct.

Wings of Dixie in Kragujevac at Knjazevsko-srpski teatar

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U.S. Air Force Jazz Ensemble „Wings of Dixie”
will perform in Kragujevac at Knjazevsko-srpski teatar
on Tuesday, June 15 at 7.30pm
Admission to the concerts is for free and ev eryone interested in jazz music is welcome.

The United States Air Forces in Europe Concert Band has been entertaining audiences of all ages and nationalities throughout Europe and Southwest Asia since 1944. The Concert Band’s musical programming reflects the diverse stylistic heritage of American and European music. Concert selections include the best of American music from the Broadway stage and Hollywood screen to the sound of New Orleans Dixieland and Big Band jazz.
American Corners Serbia

The 4th JoakimInterFest

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JOAKIMINTERFEST The International Small Stage Theatre Festival, 2009
Knjaževsko-srpski teatar

The 4th JoakimInterFest, the international small stage theatre festival, gathered theatre ensembles from the USA, England, Italy, Romania, Croatia, Macedonia and Serbia.
The Festival Directory endeavored to maintain the conception that imposed itself in past years, and that is to introduce some essential theatric values gathered around innovative and research topics. This year’s festival was named a Dream of Proteus.

Although aware of syncretic nature of theatrical being, this time the focus was on artistic creation of theatre directors, Proteus natured souls who change its appearances with every new show asking multitudinous and delicate questions. Time and time again those inexhaustible stage poets with deep believes daydream their tales of better and more human world.

Reach and wide range of director’s poetics, diverse sensibilities and cultural heritage brought together around fundamental subject of great concern upon the fate of individual human being in the 21st century society ever so dramatized as well as globalized.
The Jury members are: Dragana Boskovic, theatrologist from Belgrade, Serbia, Anastas Popdmitrov, actor and manager of the Puppet Theatre from Vraca, Bulgaria, Slobodan Savic, theatre critic and play writer from Belgarde, Serbia.

The Awarded were:
The Theater Collective, Manchester-London, England, for the best performance,
The Theater Corea from Lecce, Italy for the best setting,
Both Serious Play! Theatre Ensemble, Northampton, SAD and Mali Dramski Theater from Bitolj, Macedonia, with the special prize,
Moreen Brayan for the best act,
Knjazevsko-srpski Theater from Kragujevac, Serbia, for collective act,
Narodno pozoriste from Uzice, Serbia, for visual effects,
Knjazevsko-srpski Theater from Kragujevac, and Theatre Collective from Manchester-London, with the audience award.
City of Kragujevac