- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- All Balkan Countries
This year’s International Theatre Festival, Slavija 2013, will include productions from the U.S., Morocco, Macedonia and Kazakhstan.
Eight plays from eight countries will be competing for the Don Quixote award at the 12th edition of the Theatre Festival from March 9 to 16.
The Kazakhstan theatre company Sakej Sejfulin, with Karadjoz, will be competing with US actor Ronald Rend’s show Let there be Art, and a production by the Royal Theatre Zetski Dom, from Cetinje, Montenegro, The Encyclopaedia of Lost Time.
Audiences at Slavija will also see Bulgarian National Theatre Sava Ognjanov and Macedonia’s Medea jointly performing the show Pasulj, (Beans), while the Phoenix theatre company from Morocco is staging Fragments of Clay – Gilgamesh and the National Theatre of Cluj Napoca, Romania, The Second Death of Joan of Arc.
The only Serbian theatre at the festival will be the National Theatre from Užice, with a performance of Branislav Nušić’s Narodni Poslanik, directed by Slavenko Sretenović.
The best play will be chosen by an international jury comprising Macedonian theatre expert Risto Stefanovski and the president of the Council of the Belgrade Art Academy, Dušan Đoković.
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