The love story of Romeo and Juliet, in the new dance project by Slovenian choreographer Edward Clug (SLOVENIA/MARIBOR, pp. 112-113), was created in a symbiosis with music by the acclaimed British alternative rock band Radiohead. Hence the title of the ballet - Radio and Juliet. Clug dominates the Slovenian scene of today, especially after successfully staging his two productions Tango and Lacrimas. The topic of the new piece is the author’s dilemma - what would have happened had Julia not committed suicide upon seeing Romeo dead. That is how the story of a love never experienced unfolds before the audience. Seven dancers (including the choreographer), out of which there is only one female dancer (Bojana Nenadović-Ottrin, a Forsythe dancer prototype), reign the stage. This piece will hopefully be performed at the Belgrade Dance Festival in April 2006.