Miha Rodman News

  • 12/03/2017TERROR - Premieres in Slovenia

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    The play stages the court trial of air force pilot Lars Koch (Miha Rodman) accused of mass murder after having shot down a hijacked civil plane which was intended to crash into a soccer stadium. The audience gets to act as a jury and votes on the verdict on which the sentence at the end of the play is then based. In Ferdinand von Schirach’s play the audience give their verdict, “guilty” or “not guilty.” The results of the decisions are continually updated and shown on this site - terror.theater 81 theaters all over the world programmed the play during the 2015/16 and 2016/17 seasons.

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  • 01/27/2017The Jewish Dog - monodrama


    The Jewish Dog (Yediot Books, 2007) is an autobiography of Cyrus, a dog born in mid-1930s into the household of the German-Jewish family Gottlieb. Cyrus is a special dog, unusually sensitive to humans’ emotions and determined to fully comprehend human speech. The novel follows his life and contemplations while he’s making his way through Europe during World War II. Cyrus witnesses the rise of Nazism and the Holocaust, and all the love he knows comes from the Gottlieb family. A Nazi decree forces the family out of their home, and unfortunate events separate them from Cyrus. His path leads form a loving Jewish family to a stray dog, a wild pack, and even to an SS Nazi guard dog at the Treblinka extermination camp. He undergoes several name changes, he is left to himself in increasingly dangerous situations, the only thing keeping him alive is his strong survival instinct, and all he yearns is to be reunited with the Gottlieb family. With skilful fluidity of language, Kravitz employs ingeniously harrowing metaphors and imagery to describe historic events of World War II as seen by an unusually sensitive and insightful Jewish dog. The result is a powerful and heart-wrenching narrative, and Cyrus is poignant and unforgettable character.

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  • 08/31/201641. Festival MOT in Skopje, Macedonia


    Deadman comes for his sweetheart will performe at the 41. international theater festival MOT in Skopje, Macedonia.

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  • 08/28/2016That's a wrap! AMRE

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    Amre, a period piece set in Paris in 1925, stars Kazakh actor Sanjar Madi in the title role opposite Abbie Cornish and Ben Aldridge in the story of a small-town Kazakh singer named Amre Kashaubaev who journeys from Russia to Paris to compete in an international singing competition. While in the City of Lights, he forms an unlikely friendship with George Gershwin (Aldridge) and gets close to a woman (Cornish). Miha Rodman, Christian Hillborg and Philip Brodie round out the international cast.

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  • 03/05/201644. Fest 2016 - Belgrade, Serbia


    At 44. Fest 2016 in Belgrade, Serbia. With Katarina Čas and Robin Hudson.

  • 08/30/2015NETA international theater festival - Bucharest, Romania


    The theater show "Deadman comes for his sweetheart" will perform at the NETA International theater festival in Bucharest, Romania. http://www.tnb.ro/en/dead-man-comes-for-his-sweetheart-neta

  • 08/18/2015Sarajevo Film Festival 2015


    Cruising the streets of Sarajevo, let me know if you're there.



    The Association of Theatre Critics and Researchers of Slovenia awards "Deadman comes for his Mistress" as BEST PERFORMANCE OF THE YEAR 2013/14. Deadman comes for his Mistress, written by Svetlana Makarovic, directed by Jernej Lorenci in coproduction with Presheren Theater Kranj and City Theater Ptuj.

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  • 10/16/2014HILDA : Opening night


    Hilda, a first play written by a French-Senegalese novelist, Marie Ndiaye, is a taut one act about modern day slavery in which a wealthy woman becomes obsessed with the new nanny she employs. In the spirit of both Pinter and the filmmaker David Lynch, there is a creepy, unlikely essence to this play.

  • 07/08/2014Three performances of Macbeth after Shakespeare at Almada FEstival, the most important theatre festival in Portugal!


    Macbeth after Shakespeare, Grand Prix Winner at Maribor Theatre Festival in 2009 directed by Ivica Buljan, a co-production of Mini teater Ljubljana, Cankarjev dom and Novo kazalište Zagreb guest performs at 31st International Theatre Festival Almada in Portugal! ‘’This is unquestionably the greatest and most explosive performance of a roaring wreck of a hero /…/ Extremely physical, muscular and loud, Buljan’s minimal production places Macbeth in a bleak, bloody and amoral wasteland where violence begets violence with no end in sight.'', Randy Gener Starring in Heiner Müller’s Macbeth after Shakespeare (translation by Milan Štefe and directed by Ivica Buljan, a co-production of Mini teater Ljubljana, Cankarjev dom and Novo kazalište Zagreb) in Portugal are Marko Mandić, Milena Zupančič, Miha Rodman, Aljaž Jovanović, Jure Henigman, Jose, Stipe Kostanić, Jernej Gašperin and Anže Zevnik. Dramaturg of the performance is Diana Koloini, set design is by son:DA, costume design by Ana Savić Gecan, composer is Mitja Vrhovnik Smrekar, choreography by Tanja Zgonc, whereas Robert Waltl acted as a producer.