The 27th Yugoslav Theater Festival took place between 1st-7th November in Užice. Andrej Čanji reports on a mixed programme which included work based on Tolstoy and Turgenev, and a powerful piece from Jernej Lorenci.
Nebojša Dugalić and Nataša Ninković star in Jagoš Marković’s production of Shakespeare’s tragedy at the National Theatre Belgrade
In the latest in her series about relocating to Sweden, Duška Radosavljević Krojer pays her first visit to the theatre to see Oliver Frljić’s Scandanavian debut.
Berat Bajrami reflects on the fifth edition of the Kosovo Theatre Showcase, and on the festival’s continuing impact on the Kosovo theatre scene.
Zagreb’s Kunst Teatar is a small privately run and independently spirited theater that supports emerging writers and artists. Lucija Klarik speaks to the co-founders about the challenges and rewards of running their own space.
Director Sebastijan Horvat talks to Natasha Tripney on his ambitious staging of Heiner Muller’s Cement across three theatres with three different ensembles.
Intimate production of Jeton Neziraj’s play about loss and the families of the missing, presented as part of the Kosovo Theatre Showcase
In the latest in her series about relocating to Sweden, Duška Radosavljević Krojer explores the challenges of shifting from one culture to another.
Sasha Milavic Davies is a director, dramaturg, choreographer and movement director who has worked extensively in the UK, at the Royal Court, National Theatre and in the West End, and at Belgrade’s Atelje 212. She talks to Natasha Tripney about the differences between Serbian and UK theatre and stressful opening nights.
Lively, music-infused concert-staging of Maše Kolanović’s popular novel Sloboština Barbie about growing up in Croatia at Zagreb’s KunstTeatar