Iliriana Arifi directs Eugene O’Neill’s masterpiece about the tempestuous Tyrone family for the National Theatre Kosovo
The new international co-production from Jeton Neziraj and Blerta Neziraj sheds light on the peace negotiation process in a witty and thought-provoking way.
Tom Mustroph spoke to theatre practitioners from Ukraine, Israel, and Hong Kong about the different ways in which theatre can react to catastrophe.
Moving and impactful production of George Orwell’s dystopian novel by director Igor Mendjisky for the National Theatre of Kosovo.
Nick Awde speaks to playwright Jeton Neziraj, director Blerta Neziraj and actor Orest Pastukh about their timely new international coproduction exploring peace negotiation processes.
In 1999, 15 members of the Bogujevci family were massacred in their garden in Kosovo. Nick Awde discusses artistic responsibility and bearing witness with the creative team behind a new cross-cultural production exploring their story.
Zhaneta Xhemajli dazzles as an addict trying to heal herself in an intimate staging of Duncan Macmillan’s People, Places & Things.
Unlimited, a unique collaboration between Handikos and Artpolis, opened up Kosovo’s stages to disabled performers. Fatlinda Daku reports on a project that aims to make theatre more accessible and inclusive.
Tour dates have been announced for Negotiating Peace, a new international co-production from Kosovo-based company Qendra Multimedia.
The second edition of PrizrenFest, Kosovo’s open air international theatre festival, will take place between 22nd-28th July.