The second edition of FemFEST will take place in Tirana in March and feature work by Doruntina Basha and Nastazja Domaradzka.
Activist group ATA talk to Flamur Dardeshi about making work in unconventional spaces and using theatre to connect with the community.
Eric Vigner directs a jarringly classical staging of Pascal Rambert’s play about the break-up of a relationship
Lulzim Zeqja has been a fixture of the Albanian theatre scene for 20 years and is a member of National Theater ensemble. He talks to Flamur Dardeshi about his stage and screen work and the economic challenges that face actors in Albania.
Hervin Çuli’s underpowered and underwhelming production of Chekhov’s masterpiece at the National Theater of Albania.
Albanian actor Besmir Bitraku on making his directorial debut with the darkly comic Festen, the role of theater in society and the challenges of making theater in Albania.
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.