Livestream of Oliver Frljić’s typically provocative promenade performance exploring questions of representation at Berlin’s Maxim Gorki Theatre
As theatres in Serbia stage a tribute to Igor Vuk Torbica, Andrej Čanji looks back at the life, work and art of the talented young director
Andraš Urban blend meta-theatricality with the grotesque in an energetic update of Alfred Jarry’s aggressively absurdist play at the Sombor National Theatre.
Dino Mustafic explodes Goethe’s Faust in a vibrant, penetrating and highly physical production at Tirana’s National Experimental Theater
Croatian playwright Espi Tomičić talks about gender and dramaturgy, the performance of masculinity and combining art with activism.
Theatres in Belgrade face a wave of cancellations and postponements as Covid-19 cases continue to climb.
The ongoing saga surrounding Novak Djoković’s attempts to enter Australia has dominated headlines across the world. Duška Radosavljević Krojer explores the way the Serbian tennis star – and Serbian stories more generally – are represented in the media
Bojana Lazić directs an entertainingly meta-theatrical staging based on Petronius’s Satyricon for Slovensko mladinsko gledališče
Blerta Neziraj, one of Kosovo’s leading theatre directors, talks about international collaboration and the challenges of working as a female theatre director in the country.
Altin Basha’s staging of Shakespeare’s play for the National Theatre of Albania favours spectacle and sword-play over subtlety.