In the third chapter of her series about relocating to Sweden, Duška Radosavljević Krojer explores her new home city of Lund
In the second part of Duška Radosavljević Krojer’s series documenting her experiences of relocating to Sweden, she embeds herself further in her new community, taking a course of Swedish lessons for immigrants.
Having recently made the decision to move with her family to Sweden, writer, dramaturg and academic Duška Radosavljević Krojer explores the role that improvisation can play on stage and in life.
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
Working for free and battling a centralised system: a look at what it’s like to be an emerging young theatre artist in Croatia.
How difficult is it for regional theaters in Kosovo to produce work? Fatlinda Daku spoke to three directors of artistic institutions outside Prishtina about the challenges they face.
Romanian playwright Matei Vișniec on his International Days Festival and the need for artists to take a stand against barbarism.
Critics Borisav Matić and Andrej Čanji on the highs – and lows – of the 67th Sterijino Pozorje, the most important national theater festival in Serbia.