Before joining the Mladinsko ensemble in 2019, Vito Weis spent many years working across drama, dance, and physical theatre. He spoke to Natasha Tripney about performing naked on stage, his collaborations with Žiga Divjak and his role in Duncan Macmillan’s People Places and Things.
Nina Rajić Kranjac discusses her acclaimed show Solo, her creative process, the forgotten Slovenian playwright Ivan Mrak and why she’d like to make show about love.
Composer Irena Popović Dragović on her new opera Children, based on the novel by Milena Marković and making her debut as a director.
Founded in 2003, the ODA Theatre, Kosovo’s only independent theatre, marks its 20th anniversary this year. Fatlinda Daku talks to director Florent Mehmeti about the history of the theatre and the role it plays in Kosovo’s cultural scene.
Actress and director Kinga Mezei on the influence of poetry and visual art in her work and the challenges of being an independent artist.
Jovana Tomić on directing Alice Birch’s Revolt for Atelje 212, how she views the role of the director and why she prefers adapting novels for the stage
Prolific Slovenian theatre director Vito Taufer talks to Ivana Kocutar about his new show Žbam!, his reengagement with traditional forms of theatre and the differences between working in Belgrade and Ljubljana.
Dancer and choreographer Dragana Bulut’s new work Beyond Love is the third piece in her trilogy about technology. She talks to Tom Mustroph about commodification, the nature of love and making work with a female companion robot.
As an actor, Kushtrim Sheremeti is a familiar presence on screen in Kosovo and Albania. Appointed general director of the National Theatre of Kosovo in 2022, he talks to Natasha Tripney about post-pandemic cultural challenges and his search for a temporary home for the theatre.
Počemučka is a theatre collective with an interest in community and new ways of making work. They discuss their innovative approach to theatre and their place in the Slovenian theatre scene.