Premju għall-Għażla tal-Pubbliku
Il-votazzjoni online għall-Premju għall-Għażla tal-Pubbliku 2020 fetħet fl-24 ta' Frar 2020 u tagħlaq fil-25 ta' Marzu 2020. Vot wieħed minn kull indirizz tal-email se jiġi aċċettat. Ir-rebbieħ/a se jitħabbru waqt iċ-ċerimonja tal-premji fit-8 ta' April.
2.0 Watts in the Dark
2.0 Watts in the Dark was first commissioned by Ħolqa Theatre Festival and later performed at Notte Bianca. Directed by Andre Agius this devised theatre performance discovered what it really means to be scared of the dark and the great extreme lengths one would go to avoid it. This performance sheds light on the irrationality of childhood fears, and the persistency of not letting go.
Il-Kbir Għadu Ġej
Il-Kbir għadu ġej is an original musical using music from the iconic Maltese artist Freddie Portelli. The musical, penned by Malcolm Galea and directed by Sean Buhagiar, saw a number of artists from various disciplines coming together on one stage.
Julinu’s Radioactive Ravioli
Julinu’s Radioactive Ravioli is a pop-surrealist, oil-painting exhibition by Julian Mallia, aka Julinu, presenting a strangely familiar, alternate universe. The result is a set of playful yet thought-provoking and surreal juxtapositions that challenge instinctive reactions to familiar linguistic cues.
The Jew of Malta
The Jew Of Malta is a joint production between MADC and Teatru Manoel. One of Christopher Marlowe’s lesser known plays, a strange amalgam of tragedy and fiercely black comedy. The Jew of Malta brings together characters of the three major monotheistic faiths, and roundly condemns all three. It is, in short, and typically of Marlowe, a revolutionary play which stings and hurts even as it entertains.
VII is a multidisciplinary musical produced by Teatru Malta and FCN in collaboration with The New Victorians. VII is a visually spectacular original piece telling the historical story of Sette Giungo through contemporary music, making it sonically current and equally relatable to audiences of all ages and backgrounds.
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