Shpetim Selmani’s play about life under the Albanian communist regime features two interlinked narratives.
Director Klaudia Piroli and performers Vlera Pylla and Enisa Hysa discuss their new show Pa Ze, feminism and what it is to be voiceless.
As the devastating war in Ukraine continues, SEEstage writers discuss the acts of solidarity, support and protest being carried out by activists and cultural workers across the region
Well-performed and visually pleasing production of Tena Štivičić’s play about four generations of a Croatian family.
To mark International Women’s Day, FemFest, a four-day festival dedicated to Albanian women, is taking place in Tirana between 5th-8th March.
Actress, director and producer Ema Andrea talks about the realities of working as an independent artist in Albania.
Dino Mustafic explodes Goethe’s Faust in a vibrant, penetrating and highly physical production at Tirana’s National Experimental Theater
Altin Basha’s staging of Shakespeare’s play for the National Theatre of Albania favours spectacle and sword-play over subtlety.
The National Theatre of Albania’s decision to present an ‘artistic reading’ of Besim Levonja’s communist-era comedy Prefekti (The Prefect) sparked controversy. Flamur Dardeshi explores the reasons why.
How the government of Albania, under the Socialist Party’s rule, demolished the building of the National Theatre in the middle of the pandemic and a national lockdown.