Unlimited, a unique collaboration between Handikos and Artpolis, opened up Kosovo’s stages to disabled performers. Fatlinda Daku reports on a project that aims to make theatre more accessible and inclusive.
This year’s Croatian Theatre Showcase took place between 18th-21st May. Andrej Čanji reports on a diverse and varied programme that explored and exposed the hidden, the invisible and the absent.
Two recent shows on the Serbian independent scene have explored trans issues in strikingly different ways. Andrej Čanji discusses Before We Begin and Major and Helena.
The 68th Sterijino Pozorje took place earlier this summer in Novi Sad. Critics Borisav Matić and Andrej Čanji discuss this year’s selection.
In the latest in her series about relocating to Sweden, Duška Radosavljević Krojer explores the rituals of partying, Swedish-style.
Actors in Serbia have been subjected to ongoing insults and attacks from the authorities and online abuse following their support for recent protests.
This year’s POLIS Teatro Festival, which takes place annually in Ravenna, had a Balkan focus. Natasha Tripney reports on a small festival with big ambitions.
Showcasing the best in Croatian drama, highlights of the 33rd Marulić Days Festival included a nuanced play by Ivor Martinić and a comedy about God.
In the latest in her series about relocating to Sweden, Duška Radosavljević Krojer discovers a link between her new hometown and the intelligence expert Stevan Dedijer.
As a new production of Orpheus Descending premieres at the National Theatre of Albania. Flamur Dardeshi spoke with the director and the cast about the appeal of Tennessee Williams and why theatre makers should not be afraid to shock the audience.