Israel Horovitz on The Indian Wants the Bronx Premiere Performance in Ljubljana: "Superb, rather documentary performance, full of imagination!"

At a news conference, following the premiere performance Thursday of The Indian Wants the Bronx (1968), a play by one of America's major dramatists and scriptwriters Israel Horovitz, presented in the Slovene National Theatre (SNG) Drama in Ljubljana, the author praised the original mise-an-scene, and described the performance as extremely imaginative and "in a way highly documentary. Translated by Andrej Blatnik and staged by director Mateja Koležnik and scenographer Meta Hočevar, the play is not set on the national theatre's stage but in the previously theatrically unused storehouse of SNG Drama.

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