You are browsing the archived website of the Maribor Theatre Festival - to visit current website, click here.

Maribor Theatre Festival — Archive 2010 - 2016

Synne K. Behrndt

Synne K. Behrndt is a dramaturg and lecturer in Performing Arts at the University of Winchester in United Kingdom. Her areas of research and teaching include devising, cross-disciplinary practices and new dramaturgies. She has published the book Dramaturgy and Performance (2007), co-written with...

Tomaž Toporišič

Tomaž Toporišič (PhD) is a dramaturge, translator, theatre theoretician and critic. His primary research interests are the contemporary performing arts and literature, specifically the interaction between the two fields. From 1997 to 2003 he was the artistic director of The Mladinsko Theatre....

Regine Elzenheimer

Regine Elzenheimer (PhD) is a dramaturge, theatre-scientist and lecturer. She has worked as dramaturg at the Frankfurt Opera House, the World exhibition EXPO2000 in Hannover and the Stuttgart Opera House and as a research associate and lecturer at the Frankfurt University. She is an author of...

Tatjana Ažman

Tatjana Ažman is a dramaturge of The Slovene National Theatre Opera and Ballet Ljubljana since 1995. She has been working in many slovene theatres, on radio and TV, and was publishing and giving lectures home and aborad since 1989. In 2008 she was apointed as a president of the Slovene Centre...

Shelley Orr

Shelley Orr (PhD) is a freelance dramaturg who teaches dramaturgy and theatre history at San Diego State University in the U.S. She is the past president of the international professional association Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas (LMDA). Shelley Orr’s paper Dramaturgy in...

Magnus Florin

Magnus Florin is holding a position as a Head of Dramaturgy in Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm since 2009. He was a dramaturg, producer  and a Head of Radio Drama on the Swedish National Radio and a dramaturg of Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm. He is a literary critic, cultural...

Ursula Werdenberg

Ursula Werdenberg is a freelance dramaturg for theatre, opera and dance. Since 2007 she is a Secretary General of the Swiss Center of the ITI and since 2008 a Secretary of the International Playwrights’ Forum (IPF).  From 1973 to 2005 she has worked as a production dramaturge in...

Diana Koloini

Diana Koloini (MA) has finished her studies  of dramaturgy at Ljubljana Academy for Theatre, Radio, Film and TV. She continued her studies at the department for the culture sociology at the Ljubljana Phylosophy Faculty and finished her MA in 2000. She was a dramaturge of Slovene National...

Zuzana Uličianska

Zuzana Uličianska is theatre critic, journalist, manager and playwright. Since 1996 she has been an initiator and co-organiser of a theatre awards DOSKY - BOARDS. From 2002 she has been head of the Slovak Section of the AICT. She has lectured theatre management and cultural policy at the Academy...

Jean-Pierre Han

Jean-Pierre Han is a journalist and drama critic. He is an editor of Lettres françaises and director and editor of Frictions, théâtres-écritures. He publishes in various french and international magazines and journals. He is a lecturer at Instituts d’Etudes théâtrales de la...

Michel Vaïs

Michel Vaïs is editor, free-lance journalist and translator. He got his doctor degree in Theatre Studies (Paris 8). He taught as a profesor for 12 years in three universities. He has been writing critics in Montreal dailies for 21 years. He is the editor of the journal Revue de théâtre Jeu and...

Blaž Lukan

Blaž Lukan is dramaturge, writer and theatre critic. He is an assistant professor of dramaturgy and the head of dramaturgy at the Academy of Theatre, Radio, Film and Television in Ljubljana, and member of the editorial board of magazines Maska and Amfiteater. He works as a playwright in theatre...

Matti Linnavuori

Matti Linnavuori is a writer, translator, critic. BA at the University of Helsinki 1977 with majors in Comparative Lit, English and Russian, a private Sanoma School of Journalism 1980. He writes criticism on theatre and television since 1980 for Finnish newspapers and periodicals. He is also...

Savas Patsalidis

Savas Patsalidis is professor, critic, writer. He teaches theatre theory and history at Aristotle University Greece and writes theatre critic for a Greek daily newspaper. He is also the vice president of ITI (Greek Branch) and member of the Board of the Greek Association of theatre critics. His...

Ivan Medenica

Ivan Medenica is theatre critic, editor, scientific researcher, and lecturer. He simultaneously studied Philosophy at the Faculty for Philosophy and Dramaturgy at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade, where he graduated from Dramaturgy in 1995 and is now the Chief of the Department for Theory...

Yun-Cheol Kim

Yun-Cheol Kim is editor, critic, writer, lecturer. He is President of IATC. At the Korea National University of Arts he is a dean of School of Drama. He also edits The Korean Theatre Journal. He is the two time winner of "The Critic of the Year Award". He has published nine books so far, two of...

Ramunė Balevičiūtė

Ramunė Balevičiūtė is a dramaturge, lecturer, critic. In 2010, she graduated from the doctoral studies in theatre science at Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre (LATM). Currently she is a lecturer at LAMT and the dramaturge at the State Small Theatre of Vilnius. From 2001, she has...

Don Rubin

Don Rubin is profesor, editor and critic. He is the General Editor of Routledge’s six volume World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre and founding Editor of Canada’s national theatre journal, Canadian Theatre Review. He works as a President of the Canadian Theatre Critics Association and is...

Tomaž Toporišič

Tomaž Toporišič is a dramaturge, translator, theatre theoretician and critic. His primary research interests are the contemporary performing arts and literature, specifically the interaction between the two fields. From 1997 to 2003 he was the artistic director of the Mladinsko Theatre. In...

Tomasz Miłkowski

Tomasz Milkowski is journalist, literary and theatrical critic, writer. He got his doctor degree in Polish philology at the University of Warsaw. He is author of many books (f.e.: "Vocabulary of Theatrical Therms", "Practical Vocabulary of Literary Terms", "The Naked Actor"), essays, and reviews....

This site uses cookies for better performance and user experience. Do you agree to use of cookies?

Find out more

Cookies on our web page

Legal basis

The legal basis for the cookie policy notice is the EU E-Privacy Directive (Directive 2009/136) and the amended Electronic Communications Act (Official Gazette of the Republic of Slovenia, No. 109/2012) that entered into force in the beginning of 2013 and brought about new regulations governing the use of cookies and similar technologies for the storage of information and access to information, stored on users’ computers or mobile devices.

About cookies

Cookies are short text files that are sent from a website and stored on user’s computer, smartphone or any other device accessing websites through the Internet. They can be used to collect information on how users browse a website, and can thus adapt the contents of the website to users’ interests when they browse the same website in the future, ensuring the best user experience. A cookie usually contains a string of letters and numbers that is stored on user’s computer when they visit a certain website. Each time the user visits the website, the latter is notified of the stored cookie, thereby enabling recognition of the user.

The use of cookies on the Internet has been commonplace for quite some time. More information on cookies can be found at, including instructions on how to delete them.

Types of cookies

Strictly necessary cookies

These cookies let you move around the website and use its essential features. Without these cookies, services you’ve asked for (e.g. registration, shopping activities, safety, etc.) will not function.

Performance cookies

These cookies collect information on how visitors use a website with the purpose of improving their user experience (for instance, which pages visitors go to most often, etc.). These cookies do not collect information that identifies a visitor.

Functionality cookies

These cookies allow the website to remember your settings and choices you make (user name, language, region, etc.) and provide enhanced, personalised features. These cookies may track your actions on the website.

Targeting cookies

Tracking cookies are related to third-party services (e.g. advertising and social networks), such as the ‘Like’ and ‘Share’ buttons. These cookies may track your actions on the website. They are managed and hosted by third parties.

Cookies on this website

Cookie name Author Purpose
borstnikovo_frontend Maribor Theatre Festival The session cookie monitors your activity on the website; without it, each sub-site would consider you a new visitor. Therefore, it is required for the smooth operation of the online shop.
Maribor Theatre Festival These cookies record your choice regarding the use of cookies on our website.
Google Analytics These cookies measure traffic on the website by means of Google Analytics (a service offered by Google that provides online analytical data).
Google Analytics privacy policy / Opt-out of Google Analytics
AddThis These cookies are set by AddThis social plugin.
AddThis privacy policy / Opt-out of AddThis
Facebook These cookies are set by Facebook plugin.
Facebook cookies & similar technologies
YouTube These cookies are set by YouTube video player.
Types of cookies used by Google
Google Maps These cookies are set by Google Maps.
Types of cookies used by Google

Cookie management

Cookies are stored and managed by the browser used by the user. The browser may limit cookie storage or disable it. Cookies stored by the browser may be deleted – for more information visit Your decision regarding the use of cookies on this website can be changed at any time by clicking on the link Cookies.

Website management

Website Maribor Theatre Festival.