The FemArt festival has been showcasing feminist performance and art in Kosovo for nine years. Fatlinda Daku talked to its founder and participants about why the festival was created and why it still matters.
Launching on 4th November, the site will feature reviews, analysis, interviews, and discussion of the key issues featuring theater artists in the region. It in intended as a place for cross-cultural exchange and discovery and a space to foster critical discourse in the region. The work produced in Zagreb, Prishtina, Belgrade or Sarajevo is characterized…
The 4th edition of Kosovo Theatre Showcase will run from 2nd to 7th November in Prishtina, Ferizaj and Gjilan. Across a period of five days, this years’ Showcase will see around 50 regional and international festival directors, critics, journalists and other theatre professionals gather in Kosovo to experience the newest Kosovo theatre productions, to present…
The 61st edition of the MESS festival took place in Sarajevo from 1st-7th October, 2021. Mladen Bićanić reports on this year’s programme.
Bobo Jelčić brings the story of Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard to present-day pandemic stricken Croatia in a performance that takes place entirely on Zoom.
Covid-19 has created huge challenges for Serbian theatre, but the biggest problems are the already existing ones, amplified by the pandemic.
Adrian Morina is an actor and part of the ensemble at Kosovo’s national theatre, Teatri Kombëtar, where until recently he was its acting artistic director. Verity Healey talks to him about his career and Kosovo’s theatre scene a year later into the pandemic.