The Midsummer Scene Festival continues to delight everybodywith cultural content that has received countless praises from visitors from around the world in recent days. In addition to the day-to-day performance of Midsummer Night’s Dream, great monodrama Henrik V, the emotional concert of the Dubrovnik Symphony Orchestra and many other things, the Midsummer Scene on the occasion of its fifth anniversary presents for the first time Polish artists with the performance H (2) O.
On Monday, July 2nd, at 9.30 pm at the Museum of Modern Ard Dubrovnik, actors Anna Rakowska and Piotr Misztela (Teatr Strefa Otwarta) will play Ophelia and Hamlet, and in an unusual way to show the depth and issue of interpersonal relationships from the key scenes of the most famous Shakespeare tragedy Hamlet.
Performance H (2) O breaks stereotypes about one of Shakespeare's most famous works and presents them as modern, young people who in the attempt to manipulate emotions are really craving for closeness and love. The special feature of this performance is the interaction of actors with the audience through improvisation that makes each performance different and unforgettable experience.
The performances of Midsummer Night’s Dream continue every evening at Lovrjenac at 9.30 pm till 4th of July.