Theater Oberhausen’s New Stages South East Festival will present the work of young theatre artists from the region.
Oliver Frljić completes his Maxim Gorki war trilogy with a piece drawing on Heiner Muller to explore war and slaughter throughout history
This year’s Radar Ost, Deutsches Theater’s festival of eastern European work, focused on Ukraine and also featured work from Belarus Free Theatre and Žiga Divjak.
This year’s Radar Ost, Deutsches Theater Berlin’s festival of Eastern European theatre, will focus on Ukraine and also include work from Belarus, Georgia and Slovenia.
Dancer and choreographer Dragana Bulut’s new work Beyond Love is the third piece in her trilogy about technology. She talks to Tom Mustroph about commodification, the nature of love and making work with a female companion robot.
Oliver Frljic directs an artistically underwhelming production of Brecht’s play Mother Courage and Her Children with an all-female cast at the Maxim Gorki Theatre.
Writer, director and filmmaker Hakan Savas Mican on making work about the migrant experience and why it’s important to talk about questions of class.
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
Laibach on their show Wir sind das Volk, based on the work of Heiner Müller, the relationship between the military, music and theatre, and the art of provocation
Oliver Frljić on theatre’s response to the war in Ukraine, the concept of ‘character, and making his return to the Croatian theatre scene.