The playwright Judita Hahn-Kreft, a longtime member of the Stadsteatern in Ljubljana, where she played almost a hundred roles between 1952 and 1988, has died. She fought for time and illness and said goodbye forever at the age of 94.
Judita Hahn – cancer she was born on September 16, 1926 in the Murska Sobota Jewish family Hahn. She spent part of World War II (1944 and 1945) in the Auschwitz concentration camp. After the war, she enrolled in the then Academy of Performing Arts and graduated in 1952 and did not formally graduate until 1977. From her young acting years until she retired in 1984, she was a permanent member of the Stadsteatern in Ljubljana, as well as when she was formally after Having completed her acting career, she remained true to her theater, which she loved most, and played a few more roles in it.
Her acting ropus consists of 98 roles of different genres in as many performances. She first introduced herself to the audience and colleagues in 1952 in the role of Zora Anderlić in her work Karolina Reška Directed byJože Tirana, and the last role in her actress was the widow in Petan’s drama Dachau processes 1988. In addition to acting in theater, she has also appeared in radio plays and TV drama and in film Fadil Hadzic The other side of the coin, where she played the main role of Eva Ružič.
During her acting career, she excelled in character roles. It was Laura c Glass menageries Tennessee Williams, Cassandrav There will be no Trojan War Jean Giraudoux, Marjutka v A ballad about a lieutenant and Marjutka Bratko Kreft, Katarina in Cankar’s comedy For the good of the people, Viola vs. Shakespearovi Twelfth night, Linharts Mrs. Josephine c Extreme comedian, Vida, Rutar’s daughter v Broken, Rošlinka v The widow Roslinka … Even roles in other genres, comedy, burqa, satire, were not foreign to her. Her work also contains many games for children and young people. She participated in Balbina Battelino Baranovič Experimental Theater, vto which she played the title role in the staging Thérèse Raquin Émila Zolaja and Ines v Closed door Jean-Paul Sartra.
In 1972, she received a Borštnik diploma for her role as Julien’s mother in Jean Anouilh’s play Do not be a lady Directed by Mileta Korunaand the 1978 Order of Merit for the Nation with a Silver Wreath.