The Hungarian State Folk Ensemble, which mixes folk traditions with modern dance, is bringing a new show to London inspired by the life of Franz Liszt.
A new play exploring the controversy surrounding Peter Handke’s Nobel Prize win and what it says about artistic responsibility.
Finding himself in Turin for the final, UK-based dramaturg Tommo Fowler on the theatricality of this year’s Eurovision song contest entrants.
Despite financial challenges, the 71st Festival of Professional Theatres of Vojvodina presented some of the best theatre in Serbia.
Duška Radosavljević Krojer discusses Konstrakta, the Serbian pop phenomenon and unlikely Eurovision contender, through the medium of the YouTube reaction video.
As the devastating war in Ukraine continues, SEEstage writers discuss the acts of solidarity, support and protest being carried out by activists and cultural workers across the region
Gabriela Dumitru, artistic director of TAG, talks about making independent work in Romania and the importance of cultural exchange to the next generation of artists.
Despite Serbia’s own environmental issues, work that explores ecological themes and the climate crisis is still relatively rare on Serbian stages. Borisav Matić looks at the work of the theatremakers trying to change that.
Playwright Ella Dorman-Gajic and British-Serbian actor Tanya Cubric discuss prejudice, language, cultural identity and inspirational Balkan women.
Novi Sad is European Capital of Culture in 2022; we present a detailed guide to the theatre and performance programme for the coming year.