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
Milan Nešković’s new production of Branislav Nušić’s unfinished comedy at Belgrade’s National Theatre
Haris Pašović directs Strindberg’s play at Madlenianum Theatre in Belgrade setting it in contemporary Slovenia.
The Belgrade Drama Theater ensemble enlivens Biljana Srbljanović’s adaptation of the popular novel by Dubravka Ugrešić, Štefica Cvek in the Jaws of Life.
It has been 30 years since renowned director Haris Pašović last worked in Belgrade. Borisav Matić speaks to him about his long and eventful career.
BITEF dance company and German choreographer Felix Landerer present a strikingly sterile work about systems, hierarchies and power.
A multi-lingual production in German, Serbian, Hungarian, Albanian and English, presented by Schlachthaus Theater Bern, as part of the Kosovo Theatre Showcase
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.
Covid-19 has created huge challenges for Serbian theatre, but the biggest problems are the already existing ones, amplified by the pandemic.