Director Selma Spahić talks to Darija Davidović about the legacy of the wars of the 1990s, post-Yugoslav artistic collaboration, the role documentary theatre has played in her work and the importance of communities.
Miloš Lolić’s strangely captivating production of Friedrich Dürrenmatt’s musical-tragicomic satire for SNG Maribor.
The 63rd International Theater Festival MESS in Sarajevo will be held this year from 30th September to 8th October and will feature work by Maladype Theatre and Boris Liješević.
Director Zoran Rakočević on the work of his company Korifej, putting on a theatre festival in a small Montenegrin mountain town and helping to bring Zlatko Paković’s banned play to the stage.
Zhaneta Xhemajli dazzles as an addict trying to heal herself in an intimate staging of Duncan Macmillan’s People, Places & Things.
An alternative, feminist, matriarchal history of Yugoslavia presented in cabaret format by writer and director Ivan Leo Lemo at the National Theatre of Subotica.
The 2023/24 season at Slovenia’s Mladinsko Theatre will explore love and its complicated relationship with power, and feature work by Nina Rajić Kranjac and Sebastian Nübling.
Robert Lenard, artistic director of Novi Sad Theatre, talks to Borisav Matić about the importance of interculturality, the current state of the independent scene in Hungary and his cabaret based on Foucault.
Unlimited, a unique collaboration between Handikos and Artpolis, opened up Kosovo’s stages to disabled performers. Fatlinda Daku reports on a project that aims to make theatre more accessible and inclusive.
Janja Majzelj gives a brilliant, multi-faceted performance in the Mladinsko Theatre staging of Duncan Macmillan’s play about addicts and addiction.