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Vladislava Fekete


Nationality:   Slovak    Email:   n/a   Website:   n/a

Literary Agent:  Aura-Pont Theatrical and Literary Agency  

She grew up inside Slovak minority in Serbian autonomous province of Voivodina. Since the years of her studies she lives in Bratislava. Director of the Theatre Institute, Bratislava, dramaturge and theatre director. She translates from Serbian and Slovak, is an author of several dozen theatrical workshops and multi-media projects dedicated to contemporary European drama. With her first play ever she won the anonymous competition for the best Czech and Slovak play (Alfred Radok Award) in 2008.

Adaptation / Translations of Plays by Vladislava Fekete


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1st Produced:

South Bohemian Theatre, Ceske Budejovice

06 May 2009


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Original Playwright - Vladislava Fekete


The winning entry of the anonymous playwriting competition for Alfred Radok Awards 2008. The character, called simply She in the script, maintains contact with her closest family using the "short cuts" offered by modern communications technology - phone calls, text messages and e-mails, similar to many inhabitants of the so-called "civilized" countries. Nevertheless, in the play these brief connections link the characters removed hundreds of miles from each other. At first, they represent a superficial network which only gradually reveals the worlds of individual characters and their stories in both flashbacks and present-time scenes. She goes through a painful process of splitting from Him, her partner married to another woman unable to solve his complex life situation. At the same time, she has to listen to the unending reports about things happening every day in the life of her mother completely immersed in the life of the Slovak minority in Voivodina. She also plays the role of a confidante of her homosexual friend Milija who goes through a crisis similar to hers, only he is somewhere in the British Islands. And finally she functions as a life anchor for the Serbian family of her friend Dara that fell apart under the stress of war trauma and. for her fifteen year old daughter.

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