Theatre students have recently taken to the streets in Greece to protest the devaluing of their education. Nick Awde spoke to some of the student organisers about what prompted them to protest.
This year’s Radar Ost, Deutsches Theater’s festival of eastern European work, focused on Ukraine and also featured work from Belarus Free Theatre and Žiga Divjak.
In the latest in her series about relocating to Sweden, Duška Radosavljević Krojer explores the frustrations and difficulties that come from starting over in a new country.
Alex Chisholm looks back on Uglješa Šajtinac’s play Huddersfield, and the journey that led to her directing one of the most popular Serbian productions of recent years.
Activist group ATA talk to Flamur Dardeshi about making work in unconventional spaces and using theatre to connect with the community.
As the year draws to a close, SEEstage’s writers across the region discuss the shows that made a lasting impression on them in 2022.
In the latest in her series about relocating to Sweden, Duška Radosavljević Krojer experiences her first Swedish winter and considers the things you leave behind you as you travel through life
This year’s Desiré Central Station Festival in Subotica featured a vibrant and varied programme including work by Andras Urban and Máté Hegymegi
The 27th Yugoslav Theater Festival took place between 1st-7th November in Užice. Andrej Čanji reports on a mixed programme which included work based on Tolstoy and Turgenev, and a powerful piece from Jernej Lorenci.
In the latest in her series about relocating to Sweden, Duška Radosavljević Krojer pays her first visit to the theatre to see Oliver Frljić’s Scandanavian debut.