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Djafaj Da Rabbit
Tricked by an infernal doctor, Djafaj loses his dreams and is taken by force in the caravan of the banished. Accompanied by his companions of despair, Djafaj stops on a desperate island. There he meets several people and opportunities that lead him to the understanding of his condition: choose between staying on the island - forgetting his initial quest and potentially getting as mad as the island's inhabitants - or leave on the next boat at the risk of eternally following the same quest. Between the initial journey and the philosophical quest, answers will be partially revealed by Djafaj's encounters throughout the whole show…

Djafaj in Croatia : It's on Bosnia and Crotia's roads that Djafaj was born. Or that he imposed himself as a main character with a very special nature... Presented in worldwide exclusivity to a one person audience in the being of a czech hitch hiker, he had to learn to adapt (ok, we concede, the audience left running for his life...).

Djafaj in Paris : Back from Croatia, the main "pitch" got finalized. Alma use their standard repertoire as musical material and presents Djafaj to a parisian audience with 15 musicians and a theatre scenery. After 6 months, and although the success of the show among the audience, the musicians themselves still don't get the story... Everything must be redone from scratch.

2003 what's up doc' tour With the help of stroy teller "El Jö", Alma will at last release a decent version of their reggae opera. The story teller brought his experience to modify the script and make it totally comprehensible for the audience, as well as his talent for the spoken parts of the opera. Alma can now present Djafaj on town squares during the summer, but also in important concert bars in Drôme and Ardèche (french departments). At the end of the tour, Djafaj achieved maturity.

Djafaj in the Danube Projekt
During the Danube project, like Djafaj on his island, Alma will travel in the closed space of the boat and enhance their musical experience opening themselves to various encounters and cultural confrontations. So it is important not only to play with local bands, but also to integrate them in the opera itself. They will be able, in addition to their concert, to perform 2 or 3 songs during the Third Act of the Djafaj Opera: framed by a same beginning and an ending so that their performance would fit perfectly into the story. Thus, they will benefit from all the freedom to express their own answers to Djafaj's questions.