The Stones

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The Stones
The Stones is a dramatisation of a real story of two boys, who threw stones from the bridge over a motorway, and as a result killed a driver. It is written as a play for two actors, who act in the roles of the two boys, and the two detectives respectively.
The Stones is a dramatisation of a real story of two boys, who threw stones from the bridge over a motorway, and as a result killed a driver. It is written as a play for two actors, who act in the roles of the two boys, and the two detectives respectively. 
The text has been performed many times, and has been very successful around the world due to its up-to-date subject and thrilling story, which includes all the elements, even the stereotypes of television detective stories, social engagement, modern concept with a modern view of theatre for children and teenagers, and above all because of the skilfully written characters that make many opportunities for creative acting.

Premiere: 11.11.2010
Director: Ivica Šimić
Author: Tom Lycos, Stefo Nantsou
Translated by: Darko Čuden
Set design: Dinka Jeričević
Costume design: Emina Kaliman
Music: Ivanka Mazurkijević, Stanislav Kovačić
Performers: Jernej Kuntner: Zverina, Kovač in 
Matevž Müller: Šleva, Mlakar
Movement: Sebastjan Starič
Proofread by: Magda Lojk
Light design: Srečo Brezovar
Stage manager and sound technician: Aca Ilić
Lights: Srečo Brezovar
Stage technicians: Darko Nedeljković, Tomo Hvastja
Set made by: Jože Zalar ml., s. p.
Wisperer: Maja Kozmos
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