Slovensko narodno gledališče Nova Gorica
06December
Sunday

Tamara Matevc

Horrid Henry

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06December
Sunday

Branislav Nušić

The Cabinet Minister's Wife

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08December
Tuesday

Biljana Srbljanović

Locusts or My Father Plays the Lottery

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11December
Friday

Dusan Kovacevic

The Marathon Family

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13December
Sunday

Tatjana Doma, Jaša Jamnik

Super reva

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19December
Saturday at 20.00

Collective theatre

Charms of Harms

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Video archive

  • The House of Bernarda Alba

  • Europe, Sweet Mother

  • Charms of Harms

  • Galileo

  • Snoring Beauty

  • Ronia, the Robber’s Daughter

  • Animal News

  • The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

  • Antonton

  • Horrid Henry

  • Yakish and Poopche

  • Six Characters in Search of an Author

  • A Christmas Carol

  • Tutošomato

  • Baron Munchausen

  • Macbeth

  • The Trojan Women

  • Realists

The amateur youth stage

 

The Amateur Youth Stage (AMO) has been operating under the patronage of the SNG Nova Gorica since 1977, when young people performed its first play When the Robbers Came to Cardamom Town. Since then, the Amateur Youth Stage has, with performances for children and youth, complemented the theatre's programme, and above all offered a chance to a number of gifted young people to develop their artistic talents.
Of the approximately four hundred young people who acted on the Amateur Youth Stage, some decided to study at the Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television (UL AGRFT) and are today theatre professionals (for example members of our acting ensemble Iztok Mlakar, Radoš Bolčina, Ana Facchini, Medea Novak and Nejc Cijan Garlatti; actress Damjana Černe, director Tomi Janežič and others).
Currently, the Amateur Youth Stage is lead by the dramaturg Tereza Gregorič. Its programme is deliberately diverse, so that the young members can get acquainted with different types of theatre and performing techniques. They encounter classical, alternative, street, dance and musical theatre and are thus offered an insight into a wider theatre art. The Amateur Youth Stage, which works in a professional theatre, can, in addition to mentoring, offer the insight into professional production.