Nina Ramšak Marković directs a powerful version of Elfriede Jelinek’s novel about the position of women in society.
Miloš Lolić directs a seductive production of Slobodan Obradović’s comedy inspired by the life of Anna Nicole Smith.
Theatre students have recently taken to the streets in Greece to protest the devaluing of their education. Nick Awde spoke to some of the student organisers about what prompted them to protest.
The National Theatre of Kosovo presents a visually striking and theatrically engaging new version of Faust by Fadil Hysaj.
Composer Irena Popović Dragović on her new opera Children, based on the novel by Milena Marković and making her debut as a director.
Oliver Frljić completes his Maxim Gorki war trilogy with a piece drawing on Heiner Muller to explore war and slaughter throughout history
Founded in 2003, the ODA Theatre, Kosovo’s only independent theatre, marks its 20th anniversary this year. Fatlinda Daku talks to director Florent Mehmeti about the history of the theatre and the role it plays in Kosovo’s cultural scene.
Ivana Janošev’s engaging production based on the writing of Slobodan Tišma makes the case for giving young artists access to institutional stages in Novi Sad.
Lirak Çelaj’s moving new play about an old man grappling with dementia, memory and the ghosts of the past, opens at Teatri Oda
Irena Popović composes and directs a moving operatic version of Milena Marković’s verse novel Children at National Theatre, Belgrade