Tena Štivičić’s new play about a couple’s struggles to conceive a child via the IVF process at the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb.
Egon Savin directs Ostrovsky’s play about predatory and exploitative human behaviour at Serbia’s National Theatre.
Adaptation of Middlesex, the Pulitzer-winning novel by Jeffrey Eugenides, that marks a step forward in intersex representation on the Serbian stage.
Review of Jelica Zupanc’s play about a journey taken by Miloš Crnjanski and Ivo Andrić, two of the most famous Yugoslav writers of the 20th century.
Olja Lozica’s exploration of grief, loss and time, a co=production between PlayDrama and Zagreb Youth Theatre (ZKM).
Nebojša Bradić directs the Serbian premiere of Nina Raine’s play about marital breakdown and the way that rape is treated by the legal system
Milan Nešković’s new production of Branislav Nušić’s unfinished comedy at Belgrade’s National Theatre
Director Blerta Neziraj turns the theatre into the sea in a potent production of Jeton Neziraj’s play for Gjilan City Theater
Haris Pašović directs Strindberg’s play at Madlenianum Theatre in Belgrade setting it in contemporary Slovenia.
The Belgrade Drama Theater ensemble enlivens Biljana Srbljanović’s adaptation of the popular novel by Dubravka Ugrešić, Štefica Cvek in the Jaws of Life.