Albulena Kryeziu Bokshi is captivatingly glamorous in Besmir Bitraku’s stage adaptation of the classic Hollywood movie.
Žiga Divjak directs a wordless piece about climate change and humanity’s impact on the planet at Belgrade Drama Theatre
As the year draws to a close, SEEstage’s writers across the region discuss the shows that made a lasting impression on them in 2023.
Director Oliver Frljić on the LOST – YOU GO SLAVIA season at the Maxim Gorki Theatre, the history and legacy of Yugoslavia, his new production of Frankenstein and the role of theatre in times of political crises.
Ksenija Zec’s authorial project at Zagreb Youth Theatre attempts to capture teen spirit and adolescent emotions on stage.
Polish director Michał Borczuch talks to Karolina Bugajak about his production of The Argonauts based on the book by Maggie Nelson, putting queer stories on stage and the differences between the Polish and Slovenian theatre scenes.
Trojan Women – Replica is an ambitious cross-cultural coproduction between Kosovo’s Artpolis and Serbia’s DAH Theater. Florida Kastrati talks to the cast and directors about the piece’s unique development process in Belgrade and Prishtina.
Director Boris Nikitin’s layered exploration of truth, faith and theatre at the Mladinsko Theatre is half sermon, half TEDtalk
Iliriana Arifi directs Eugene O’Neill’s masterpiece about the tempestuous Tyrone family for the National Theatre Kosovo
Young director Stefan Gajić helms Kieran Lynn’s satirical and resonant play about borders in the Yugoslav Drama Theatre Studio.