Jurij Zrnec plays the lead role in Diego de Brea’s staging of the classic Charlie Chaplin film about the rise fascism.
The life and legacy of the Yugoslav pop icon Lepa Brena explored through a quintet of interlinked monologues.
Jeton Neziraj’s play exploring clashing cultures, patriarchy and the west’s fascination with the phenomenon of the Sworn Virgin
Review of Dino Pešut’s Bombardment (Granatiranje), a metatheatrical gay love story set against the backdrop of the Yugoslav wars, at KunstTeatar, Zagreb
Ivana Vujić directs a frustratingly static staging of Ivan Vyrypaev’s play, at the National Theatre Belgrade
Nina Rajić Kranjac’s exhilarating semi-improvised four-hour performance, part of the Mladinsko Theatre showcase.
Powerful documentary theatre, directed by Žiga Divjak for Mladinsko theatre, about the pushback faced by migrants in the Balkans.
A moving play by Florent Mehmeti about learning to deal with grief and continue living after loss at Teari Oda.
Luka Grbić gives a brilliant comic performance in a playful and dynamic stage production of the romantic comedy at Belgrade Drama Theatre
Jeton Neziraj’s layered new play about integration, ‘instagration’, the rapper Loredana Zefi and the politician Ylfete Fanaj.