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"Politiko.al", brings the culture corner, where it informs the citizens about artistic activities that will be organized in Tirana at the weekend and during the next week.
Today at the University of the Arts you will find the show "Johnny and Joey" a reflection on the division of the world between those who have and those who want.
The protagonists are two poor souls who we always see sitting at a coffee table, with the perpetual problem of how to pay for their drinks until, in their story, a lottery ticket enters.
"Johnny and Joey, the two protagonists of the play, are imprisoned in a 'place', a surreal bar with outdoor tables and chairs. They clash over possession of a lottery win.
Tomorrow at the National Experimental Theater "Kujtim Spahivogli", time: 18:00, the play "Ikja" will be staged.
According to the explanatory material on "Escape" of the National Experimental Theater "Kujtim Spahivogli", the show is an experiment, with elements from several theater genres such as: post-modern theater, political theater, contemporary, performance and pantomime, sometimes even absurd dialogue.
From the 14th to the 16th, at "Pyramid" you will find the Premiere of 'I want a place'. (I Want a country) is a work by the contemporary dramatic author Floruakis Andreas, who is known in Albania with the work 'Medea's Veil'.
This author, already successful in the international arena, is one of the most innovative voices on the Greek theater scene and part of a new generation of playwrights.
Flourakis participated in the Royal Court International Residency in 2001 and has served as visiting professor of drama at the University of Kansas, as well as at several institutions in Greece.
Until the 15th at the National Museum of Interceptions "House of Leaves", you will find the exhibition, "DICTATORSHIP IN EVERYDAY: OBJECTS THAT REFLECT".
Exhibition of objects and stories, in collaboration with the Central State Archive, supported by the Balkan Museum Network.