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PHOTOS: First theatre play staged in Croatia after lockdown at HNK Split

HNK Split last night (Photo credit: Igor Jakšić)

ZAGREB, May 19 (Hina) – The comedy titled “Laponia” written by Spaniards Cristina Clemente and Marc Angelet was performed in Split’s Croatian National Theatre (HNK) on Monday evening as the first theatre play to be staged in Croatia after the outbreak of COVID-19.

The performance was conducted in compliance with epidemiological measures, including the necessary distance between members of the audience who were supposed to wash their hands with disinfectants upon entering the HNK building. They also walked across shoe sanitizing mats at the entrance of the building.

(Photo credit: Igor Jakšić)

(Photo credit: Igor Jakšić)

(Photo credit: Igor Jakšić)

The HNK in Split has a capacity of 660 spectators, and 154 spectators, who were allowed for this performance, were given free tickets.

(Photo credit: Igor Jakšić)

(Photo credit: Igor Jakšić)

The HNK in Split thus reopened its doors for the first time since it was closed on 11 March due to the coronavirus epidemic.

(Photo credit: Igor Jakšić)

(Photo credit: Igor Jakšić)

(Photo credit: Igor Jakšić)

(Photo credit: Igor Jakšić)

(Photo credit: Igor Jakšić)

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