This year’s Belgrade International Theatre Festival (BITEF) marked Nikita Milivojević’s first as artistic director. At the end of eight days of performance, Borisav Matić, Andrej Čanji and Natasha Tripney gathered to discuss their impressions of the festival, the highlights and the let-downs.
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.
The 68th Sterijino Pozorje took place earlier this summer in Novi Sad. Critics Borisav Matić and Andrej Čanji discuss this year’s selection.
Mojca Madon directs an expanded, conceptual version of Tijana Grumić’s coming-of-age tale for SNG Nova Gorica.
Jernej Lorenci directs a minimalistic, philosophical show based on fragments from a number of Dostoyevsky’s novels at the Serbian National Theatre, Novi Sad.
The 72nd edition of the Festival of Professional Theatres in Vojvodina will take place in Zrenjanin will include work by by Haris Pašović and Kokan Mladenović.
Romano Nikolić’s response to Sophocles’ Antigone at Ujvideki Szinhaz, Novi Sad, results in a mishmash of themes and ideas
The City Assembly of Belgrade has named theatre director Nikita Milivojević as the new artistic director of the Belgrade International Theatre Festival – BITEF.
Patrik Lazić discusses Our Son, his poignant exploration of LGBTQ issues, his approach to theatre, EuroPride and his fondness for emotional storytelling.
Selma Spahić directs Tanja Šljivar’s complex play about teenage sexuality inspired by real-life events