A look at how a Bosnian theatre festival in Brčko became the focal point for women’s resistance and solidarity, and galvanised the MeToo movement in the Balkans.
Žiga Divjak’s new work for Slovensko mladinsko gledališče finds an intriguing form for exploring the complex and emotive subject matter of environmental crisis.
Doruntina Basha’s absurdist new play about the way patriarchal society and institutions subject women to judgement and abuse.
New work by Frank Castorf, Boris Liješević and Haris Pašović will feature in the 2022 season at Belgrade Drama Theatre
Andras Dömötör talks about his new production of Karpatenflecken, for Deutsches Theater, the need to reclaim the idea of nationality from the nationalists and whether it is possible to have true freedom of artistic expression in Orban’s Hungary
Tena Štivičić’s new play about a couple’s struggles to conceive a child via the IVF process at the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb.
After almost 17 years of making work underground, Belarus Free Theatre has been forced to leave their home country because it was no longer safe. Tom Mustroph spoke to co-director Natalia Kaliada and company manager Svetlana Sugako about the reasons they felt it necessary to escape – and their future plans.
The National Theatre of Albania’s decision to present an ‘artistic reading’ of Besim Levonja’s communist-era comedy Prefekti (The Prefect) sparked controversy. Flamur Dardeshi explores the reasons why.
On the marginalisation of Roma people on stage and in the wider world, and the role theatre can play in addressing genocide and as an archive of social memory.
Alone is a new documentary film by Belarus Free Theatre about Ukrainian rock star Andriy Khlyvnyuk’s campaign to raise awareness about the plight of political prisoners.