Milo Rau artistic director of NT Gent, Julia Wissert, artistic director of Theater Dortmund, and theatre critic Simon Strauss discuss questions of representation.
How the government of Albania, under the Socialist Party’s rule, demolished the building of the National Theatre in the middle of the pandemic and a national lockdown.
Milan Nešković’s new production of Branislav Nušić’s unfinished comedy at Belgrade’s National Theatre
Director Blerta Neziraj turns the theatre into the sea in a potent production of Jeton Neziraj’s play for Gjilan City Theater
Haris Pašović directs Strindberg’s play at Madlenianum Theatre in Belgrade setting it in contemporary Slovenia.
Mateja Koležnik’s production of The Crucible (Hexenjagd) is currently being presented by the Berliner Ensemble. Tom Mustroph talks to the director about the political climate in Slovenia and why we now live in the digital Middle Ages.
The Belgrade Drama Theater ensemble enlivens Biljana Srbljanović’s adaptation of the popular novel by Dubravka Ugrešić, Štefica Cvek in the Jaws of Life.
It has been 30 years since renowned director Haris Pašović last worked in Belgrade. Borisav Matić speaks to him about his long and eventful career.
BITEF dance company and German choreographer Felix Landerer present a strikingly sterile work about systems, hierarchies and power.
Running from 7th-10th October, the fourth edition of Deutsches Theater’s Radar Ost festival featured work from Belarus, Ukraine and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Edona Kryeziu reports on this year’s programme.