The Matrix: Resurrections revisits the saga 18 years on. Natasha Tripney attempts to unpick the film’s metatextual layers, its new resonance as a love story and asks whether it can be considered a post-Yugoslav movie?
A look at how a Bosnian theatre festival in Brčko became the focal point for women’s resistance and solidarity, and galvanised the MeToo movement in the Balkans.
New work by Frank Castorf, Boris Liješević and Haris Pašović will feature in the 2022 season at Belgrade Drama Theatre
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.
Egon Savin directs Ostrovsky’s play about predatory and exploitative human behaviour at Serbia’s National Theatre.
Adaptation of Middlesex, the Pulitzer-winning novel by Jeffrey Eugenides, that marks a step forward in intersex representation on the Serbian stage.
Review of Jelica Zupanc’s play about a journey taken by Miloš Crnjanski and Ivo Andrić, two of the most famous Yugoslav writers of the 20th century.
This year’s Kosovo Theatre Showcase took place over an intense five day period between 2nd-7th November 2021.
A group of Kosovar, Serbian and American actors set out on a tour of the Balkans with a vibrant modern reworking of a Greek tragedy. Natasha Tripney joined them on the road.
Nebojša Bradić directs the Serbian premiere of Nina Raine’s play about marital breakdown and the way that rape is treated by the legal system