Stevan Bodroža’s ambitious if unrelentingly violent production based on Enes Halilović’s novel about life on the criminal fringes in Novi Pazar.
Kiço Londo’s faithful but underdeveloped production of Sophocles’ tragedy for Teatri Shëtitës Çajupi.
Matija Ferlin’s chilly production of Jon Fosse’s play about the broken relationship between a mother and her son for INK Pula.
Nebojša Bradić directs Morgan Lloyd Malcolm’s emotive play about post-natal depression and new motherhood.
Maša Dakić gives a phenomenal performance in a powerful one-woman play about rape and the failings of the legal system, directed by Anja Suša.
Vasil Hristov’s smart, sharp meta-theatrical production of Gunter Grasse’s seminal novel at Yugoslav Drama Theatre.
Director Michał Borczuch and dramaturg Tomasz Śpiewak’s adaptation of Maggie Nelson’s semi-autobiographical novel explores non-traditional family structures in Slovenia.
Ema Andrea gives a masterful performance in an experimental production of Florian Zeller’s play at the National Experimental Theatre in Tirana.
Borisav Matić: reviews two recent revivals of Branislav Nušić’s classic comedy and an early play by Aleksandar Popović, one more successful than the other.
Tomi Janežič’s ambitious, site-responsive exploration of life under communism transports its audience through time