Technically ambitious staging of Paddy Chayefsky’s classic 1976 film about exploitation and the media at Ljubljana’s Mladinsko Theatre
Jeton Neziraj’s new play explores the controversy surrounding Peter Handke’s Nobel Prize and the topic of genocide denial.
Jagoš Marković directs a moving, well-acted, yet overly safe staging of Ljubomir Simović’s classic play for the Yugoslav Drama Theatre.
Romanian playwright Matei Vișniec on his International Days Festival and the need for artists to take a stand against barbarism.
Critics Borisav Matić and Andrej Čanji on the highs – and lows – of the 67th Sterijino Pozorje, the most important national theater festival in Serbia.
Ivana Vuković, the playwright, screenwriter and dramaturg from Split, discusses Croatia’s housing crisis and the need for artistic solidarity.
Contemporary staging of Sophocles play in which Antigone is played by two actors: Dunja Stojanović and Jana Milosavljević.