Miloš Lolić’s strangely captivating production of Friedrich Dürrenmatt’s musical-tragicomic satire for SNG Maribor.
The 63rd International Theater Festival MESS in Sarajevo will be held this year from 30th September to 8th October and will feature work by Maladype Theatre and Boris Liješević.
An alternative, feminist, matriarchal history of Yugoslavia presented in cabaret format by writer and director Ivan Leo Lemo at the National Theatre of Subotica.
Svetozar Cvetković stars in Boris Liješević’s stripped back production of Goethe’s play at Belgrade Drama Theatre.
Tour dates have been announced for Negotiating Peace, a new international co-production from Kosovo-based company Qendra Multimedia.
Actors in Serbia have been subjected to ongoing insults and attacks from the authorities and online abuse following their support for recent protests.
In Serbia, theatre critics have expressed their support for the acting community following attacks by the government.
Aleksandar Popovski’s directs a cinematic staging of Dejan Dukovski’s black comedy Western with shades of Tarantino at the Serbian National Theatre, Novi Sad.
The programme for the 47th Fadil Hadžić Days of Satire festival will feature two productions based on Alfred Jarry’s notorious King Ubu.
The programme for the 33rd Marulić Days Croatian Drama Festival will feature work by Tena Štivičić and Ivor Martinić.