What is feminist dramaturgy? Ana Fazekaš explores the different forms feminist dramaturgical practice is taking across the Western Balkan region.
Milena Radulovic stars in an incoherent update of Lewis Carroll’s children’s classic at Yugoslav Drama Theatre, Belgrade
Co-founder of theatre company Zlaten Elec, Boban Aleksoski talks about the challenges of working as an independent artist in North Macedonia and of founding a theatre company during the pandemic.
DAH Theatre will hold an ‘Arts and Human Rights’ Festival in Belgrade under the slogan ‘Arts in Action’
Nebojša Bradić directs a play based on the life, if not the work, of Nikola Tesla at the Serbian National Theatre in Novi Sad
Nada Šargin and Goran Jevtić star in a sleek, contemporary staging of the play by Ibsen at the National Theatre Belgrade.
Zlatko Paković, the director of Srebrenica. When we murdered rise on his artistic process, Ibsen, Brecht, and the relationship between institutions and the imagination.
Mirjana Karanović and Doris Šarić Kukuljica star in Marius von Mayenburg’s slippery play at Zagrebačko kazalište mladih (ZKM)
Edona Kryeziu looks at two recent festivals – Radar Ost and Post-West – and what they reveal about German theatre’s relationship with the ‘east’
Ivica Buljan directs a stage version of Sally Potter’s film about a volatile gathering of the British upper middle classes at SNG Drama Ljubljana