Croatian playwright Ivor Martinić on his search for artistic autonomy, playing the Author on stage, and how collaboration is one of the founding principles of his work.
What is feminist dramaturgy? Ana Fazekaš explores the different forms feminist dramaturgical practice is taking across the Western Balkan region.
Mirjana Karanović and Doris Šarić Kukuljica star in Marius von Mayenburg’s slippery play at Zagrebačko kazalište mladih (ZKM)
Mittelyoung – part of Mittelfest – has issued an open call for Italian, Central-European and Balkan makers of theatre, music, dance, circus and multidisciplinary arts.
Croatian playwright Espi Tomičić talks about gender and dramaturgy, the performance of masculinity and combining art with activism.
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.
On the marginalisation of Roma people on stage and in the wider world, and the role theatre can play in addressing genocide and as an archive of social memory.
Olja Lozica’s exploration of grief, loss and time, a co=production between PlayDrama and Zagreb Youth Theatre (ZKM).
Bobo Jelčić brings the story of Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard to present-day pandemic stricken Croatia in a performance that takes place entirely on Zoom.