Ivan Popovski directs a captivating, comical and compellingly acted production of Chekhov’s play at Zagreb Youth Theatre
Zagreb’s Kunst Teatar is a small privately run and independently spirited theater that supports emerging writers and artists. Lucija Klarik speaks to the co-founders about the challenges and rewards of running their own space.
Lively, music-infused concert-staging of Maše Kolanović’s popular novel Sloboština Barbie about growing up in Croatia at Zagreb’s KunstTeatar
The first production of a play by UK writer Simon Stephens to be staged in Croatia, subtly if unadventurously directed by Janusz Kica
Working for free and battling a centralised system: a look at what it’s like to be an emerging young theatre artist in Croatia.
Ivana Vuković, the playwright, screenwriter and dramaturg from Split, discusses Croatia’s housing crisis and the need for artistic solidarity.
Review of Dino Pešut’s Bombardment (Granatiranje), a metatheatrical gay love story set against the backdrop of the Yugoslav wars, at KunstTeatar, Zagreb
Croatian theatremaker Pavlica Bajsić Brazzoduro on the development of her particular model of radiophonic theatre and the power of sound
Oliver Frljić on theatre’s response to the war in Ukraine, the concept of ‘character, and making his return to the Croatian theatre scene.
Oliver Frljić to the Croatian theater scene with a mature, complex and atmospheric take on Dostoevsky’s novel at Zagreb Youth Theatre