Berat Bajrami reflects on the fifth edition of the Kosovo Theatre Showcase, and on the festival’s continuing impact on the Kosovo theatre scene.
Zagreb’s Kunst Teatar is a small privately run and independently spirited theater that supports emerging writers and artists. Lucija Klarik speaks to the co-founders about the challenges and rewards of running their own space.
In the latest in her series about relocating to Sweden, Duška Radosavljević Krojer explores the challenges of shifting from one culture to another.
The 62nd International Theater Festival MESS took place in Sarajevo between 30th September and 9th October and featured work by Oliver Frljić and Pippo Delbono. Mladen Bićanić reports on this year’s highlights.
An examination of the context and the consequences of the attempts to censor Zlatko Paković’s new performance in Montenegro
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.