Jovana Tomić directs Alice Birch’s experimental, fragmented play about language, systems and resistance at Atelje 212
Review of Frank Castorf’s carnivalesque, extravagant six-hour production of The Divine Comedy, at Belgrade Drama Theatre.
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.
Nikita Milivojević directs a typically beautiful staging of Shakespeare’s play of power and ambition at Belgrade Drama Theatre
Katie Mitchell directs Chris Bush’s multiversal play about the choices we make and the impact they have on the environment, presented as part of the 56th BITEF
Vito Taufer directs a film noir-inspired production of Sophocles’ play at the Yugoslav Drama Theatre
Siniša Kovačević returns to the Serbian stage with an epic First World War drama with nationalistic undertones.
Jagoš Marković directs a moving, well-acted, yet overly safe staging of Ljubomir Simović’s classic play for the Yugoslav Drama Theatre.
Critics Borisav Matić and Andrej Čanji on the highs – and lows – of the 67th Sterijino Pozorje, the most important national theater festival in Serbia.
Despite financial challenges, the 71st Festival of Professional Theatres of Vojvodina presented some of the best theatre in Serbia.