During one week, the “Andon Zako Çajupi” Theatre welcomed theatre companies from Albania, Kosovo, and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. Seven comedy plays, with over 55 actors, were put on stage for the public.
The Director of the Arts and Culture Centre, Zamira Kita, thanked TAP for its support and for promoting culture in the Korça region. She noted: “In addition to the support for the organisation of the fourth edition of this festival, TAP has become a partner of culture in Albania. TAP’s investment for the construction of a museum celebrating the well-known Korça photographer, Gjon Mili, is noteworthy. This museum is vital to the promotion of culture in Korça.”
TAP Country Manager, Shkëlqim Bozgo, said: “TAP is supporting a series of projects that improve the lives of communities crossed by the pipeline. We believe that culture is a vital element in improving the lives of residents and, for this reason, we were happy to support a series of cultural activities and projects.”
Awards for actors, directors, and the best play were handed during the last night of the festival. The awards were presented by the Minister of Culture, Mirela Kumbaro, Korça Mayor, Sotiraq Filo, and TAP Country Manager for Albania, Shkëlqim Bozgo.
The Skopje Theater received the best play award for “The Play that Goes in Reverse” comedy, while the award for best director went to Qëndrim Rijani. The best leading actress award went to Yllka Muja, while the best leading actor award went to Luan Jaha.