Friday, April 10 began with the verses of Nobel Prize winner Wisława Szymborska. Italian Drama actress Serena Ferraiuolo selected the poem “La cipolla.” At noon we shared another aria from the opera “Romeo and Juliet” with you, directed by Marin Blažević. “Dieu! Quel frisson-Amour, ranime mon courage,” sung by Juliet, which was performed by the opera principal Anamarija Knego with the message: “Words are the keys to the heart.” A special ride with the Zajc Time Capsule took you to the theatre archive and showed documents from 75 years ago that reveal the human side of the administration and the circumstances in which Boris Papandopulo was punished to work as a driver of the Zagreb-Split bus for five months. Katja Budimčić Sabljar sang the lullaby “Dream,” (“Sanjajte”), with guitar accompaniment by Zvonimir Radišić. The evening closed with a powerful performance of “Woyzeck” by the Croatian Drama company of CNT Ivan pl. Zajc, directed by Anica Tomić.