Nastazja Domaradzka directs a devised piece about violence against women and patriarchal oppression for the National Theatre of Kosovo
Belgrade Drama Theatre has announced its 2023 main stage season, including new work by Žiga Divjak and Borislav Liješević,
As the year draws to a close, SEEstage’s writers across the region discuss the shows that made a lasting impression on them in 2022.
Olga Dimitrijević is a playwright, dramaturg and performer, whose most recent show World Without Women explored conditions for female artists in Serbia. She talks to Natasha Tripney about structural inequalities in theatre and imagining the end of capitalism.
Verona Koxha gives a striking performance in the title role in Brian Friel’s play about a visually impaired woman at the National Theatre of Kosovo
The 10th International Theatre Olympics will take place next year in Hungary. The programme will feature work by Silviu Purcărete, Jan Klata and Serbia’s Boris Liješević
In the latest in her series about relocating to Sweden, Duška Radosavljević Krojer experiences her first Swedish winter and considers the things you leave behind you as you travel through life
Review of Frank Castorf’s carnivalesque, extravagant six-hour production of The Divine Comedy, at Belgrade Drama Theatre.
This year’s Desiré Central Station Festival in Subotica featured a vibrant and varied programme including work by Andras Urban and Máté Hegymegi
Eric Vigner directs a jarringly classical staging of Pascal Rambert’s play about the break-up of a relationship