The drama program of the 57th Ohrid Summer continues with the performance of the theater play “The Given Name” by NI “Theater Comedy”, by the authors Alexander de la Pattelie and Matthew Deloport, directed by Neni Delmestre
It is a comedy of situations in which the filigree vivisation of “unnecessary” disputes in a family is centered.
“The Given Name” as a dramatic text has experienced a successful screening of the movie cloth in France. The action in the play is adapted for a modern Macedonian family. The action takes place in the apartment of spouses Betty and Petar, where everyday life flows with a “normal” pace of living, until the moment when Betty’s brother, Victor as a future father, solemnly, but “cunningly” announces the name of his unborn son.
Precisely the lucid procedure of choosing and announcing the famous name will introduce us into a canonade of misunderstandings in the particular family, in which the ques- tion of what is acceptable to the child of Victor and Anne will lead to even greater comic plots. In the play as part of the family are Tony, their childhood friend and Viktor’s wife, Anna.
Nenny Delmestre was born in Split, where she lived until she was eighteen. She graduated Communication Technology at the International University of Florida, USA, in 1981, and at the same university in 1984 she graduated from theatrical direction. Since then, he has directed in Croatia, Slovenia, Venezuela, Mexico, Italy and Macedonia. Among other things, he translates dramatic texts from English, Spanish and Italian, and publishes essays in the field of theater. Since 1997 she has worked as a director at the National Theater in Split, and in the season 2002/2003 she was the director of HNT “Split”. From 2002 to 2004, Was the director of the “Split Summer” drama program.
The plays in the play are interpreted by Atanas Atanasovski, Jelena Zugic, Robert Ristov, Ilija Ilioski and Kristina Lasovska.
Due to the unfavorable weather conditions, the performance that was to be performed on the open stage of the “St. Sophia” Hall will be played on the Great Stage of the Center for Culture “Grigor Prlichev” starting at 9 pm.
For the lovers of music, tonight, the stage of the Cathedral Church “Saint Sophia” is reserved for the solo concert by Italian violinist Francesco Dorazio, who will perform selected solo scores by Bach, Berio, Isai, Chesa, Dal Ongaro.
Maestro Dorado is a graduate of the Mozarteum Academies in Salzburg, under the mentorship of Today Zigmondi and “Rubin” in Tel Aviv, in the class of Jair Kles. As a soloist he performs in Europe, USA, South America, Australia, China and Japan. His performances have been recorded on sound carriers of the record companies “Deca”, “Hyperion”, “Opus 111 / Naiv”, “Stradivari” and “Amadeus”.
The performances are carried by Francesco Dorazio on the scenes of some of the world’s most prestigious concert halls and audiences, such as the Milan “Scala”, the Berlin Philharmonic Hall, the Santa Cecilia Academy, London’s Royal Albert Hall and Cadogan Hall, the Baroque Music Center In Versailles, as well as at the festivals in Buenos Aires, Istanbul, “Mito” in Turin, Montpellier, the festivals in Ravenna, Ravello, Urbino, Salzburg, Strasbourg, Stresa, Tanglewood and the Venice Biennale.
Francesco Doracio played the Guarneri violin named “Count of Cabriac” made in 1811 in Cremona, as well as a valuable instrument made by French master Jean Baptiste Vieu in 1863