Despite Serbia’s own environmental issues, work that explores ecological themes and the climate crisis is still relatively rare on Serbian stages. Borisav Matić looks at the work of the theatremakers trying to change that.
The 71st edition of the Festival of Professional Theatres in Vojvodina will take place at the National Theatre ‘Toša Jovanović’ in Zrenjanin between 4th-10th April 2022
Playwright Ella Dorman-Gajic and British-Serbian actor Tanya Cubric discuss prejudice, language, cultural identity and inspirational Balkan women.
An assured and relevant production of Maya Arad Yasur’s play Amsterdam at Atelje 212, exploring how people live with their history.
Novi Sad is European Capital of Culture in 2022; we present a detailed guide to the theatre and performance programme for the coming year.
Kokan Mladenović directs an update of Anthony Burgess’ cult novel A Clockwork Orange with a cast of young actors in Novi Sad
Milena Radulovic stars in an incoherent update of Lewis Carroll’s children’s classic at Yugoslav Drama Theatre, Belgrade
DAH Theatre will hold an ‘Arts and Human Rights’ Festival in Belgrade under the slogan ‘Arts in Action’
Nebojša Bradić directs a play based on the life, if not the work, of Nikola Tesla at the Serbian National Theatre in Novi Sad
Nada Šargin and Goran Jevtić star in a sleek, contemporary staging of the play by Ibsen at the National Theatre Belgrade.