Slovenian director Žiga Divjak’s new performance explores the role that capitalism has played in creating the climate crises
The creators of Dr. Ausländer (Made for Germany) discuss the mass migration of medical workers from Serbia and the region to Germany and documentary theatre.
Highlights of the 49th INFANT festival at the Serbian National Theatre in Novi Sad included work by Mateja Koležnik and Žiga Divjak.
A look at the highlights from the 25th Mladi Levi Festival including energetic contemporary dance and inventive documentary theatre in a programme ranging from Chile to Columbia
The 25th Mladi levi festival opens in Ljubljana with a programme of multi-disciplinary work from countries including Chile and Mexico
Intriguing multi-layered and multi-authored piece about the life of physicist and mathematician Mileva Marić Einstein
Critics Borisav Matić and Andrej Čanji on the highs – and lows – of the 67th Sterijino Pozorje, the most important national theater festival in Serbia.
A new play exploring the controversy surrounding Peter Handke’s Nobel Prize win and what it says about artistic responsibility.
The 67th edition of Sterijno Pozorje, the festival of Serbian national drama, will take place between 26th May and 3rd June 2022 in Novi Sad,
Despite Serbia’s own environmental issues, work that explores ecological themes and the climate crisis is still relatively rare on Serbian stages. Borisav Matić looks at the work of the theatremakers trying to change that.