Hana Selimović

Graduated from the Arts Academy where she studied with Professor Nebojša Dugalić. In 2009 Hana became Mr Dugalic’s assistant in his Acting programme. Hana enjoys the status of independent artist.

Hana has worked with the National Theatre in Belgrade, Atelje 212 and the role of Dunyasha in The Cherry Orchard is her first role in a Yugoslav Drama Theatre production.

She appeared in the feature film White, White World for which she received an award at the International Film Festival in Pau, France. Her performance at the Days of Satire in Zagreb won her the Golden Laugh award.



Toni Laurenčić

Graduated from the Faculty of Dramatic Art. Joined Yugoslav Drama Theatre in 1973.

Other roles in YDT productions: Landowner Chvankin (The Death of Tarelkin); Niko and Pèra (Dundo Maroje); Freddy (Pygmalion); Roderigo (Othello); Pera Scribe (Lemonation); (Sunset); David (The Summer); Crown Prince (Battle of Kolubara); Petar Isaković (Migrations); Colonel (Spiting the Nation in two parts); Hannan (Dybbuk); Zamislov (Summer Folk); Carnelutti (Prince Pavle); Andrija Djurashkovich (Fake Emperor Šćepan Mali); Edmund  Oxenby (The Dresser); Aeneas (Troilus & Cressida); Benjamin Kalaj (Prince Mihajlo); Drago (Barbelo, of Dogs and Children); Obersturmbannführer (Himmelkommando).


Bane Jevtić

Completed both his primary and secondary education as best student in his class. After studying at the Faculty of Economy and Teachers’ Training Faculty over the period of three years, he decided to study acting at the Drama Academy with Professor Mirjana Karanović and her assistant Nebojša Ljubišić. His professional career began with the troupe led by Sonja Vukićević and where he appeared in Midsummer Night’s Dark and The Trial. At the Yugoslav Drama Theatre he has appeared in productions such as La Dispute, Hamlet and Molière – another lifeElijah’s Chair, The Deceased. He has also worked with the Boško Buha Theatre, Pandur Theatres and Atelje 212.



Marinko Madžgalj

Graduated in acting from the Faculty of Dramatic Art in 2000 where he studied with Professor Gordana Marić.

Other roles in Yugoslav Drama Theatre productions: Laertes (Hamlet), Honest Cobbler (Molière – Another Life), Kamala (Miser); Zorro (Phonebox).

Has performed in other Belgrade based theatres such as the National Theatre, Zvezdara Theatre, Boško Buha Theatre, Bitef Theatre, Vuk Karadžić Cultural Centre.

Became well known for his roles in comedies and comedy series on television – Crni Gruja and Comrade Black in WWII, but also in Wounded Eagle and Her Mother’s Sin.


Rada Đuričin

Studied acting at the Theatre, Radio, Film and Television Academy in Belgrade and Yugoslav literature at the Faculty of Philology in Belgrade. Rada joined the Yugoslav Drama Theatre in 1960.

Notable roles in YDT productions: Dolly (Never Despair); Countess of Basildon (An Ideal Husband); Ophelia (Hamlet); Mariane (Le Tartuffe); Cecily (The Importance of Being Earnest); Stashka (Clara Dombrovska); Mary Boyle (Juno and the Paycock); Waitress (When the Pumpkins Were Blooming); Governor’s Daughter (Dead Souls); Raymonde  Chandebise (A Flea in her Ear); Dunya (Crime and Punishment); Ana (Vasa Zheleznova); Erika Jong (Fear of Flying); She (End of the Weekend); Queen Elizabeth Petrovna (Migrations); Mrs Kollontay (Kollontay); monodrama Praise of Folly; She (011); Granny Dobrila (The Pavilions). Recipient of a YDT annual award.

Rada has also worked as a journalist for Radio Belgrade and has appeared in a number of TV films and series. She has taken part in a number of authors’ projects at Atelje 212, Zvezdara Theatre, Student Cultural Centre and other venues.


Renata Ulmanski

Graduated in 1947 from the Drama Studio of the National Theatre in Belgrade where she studied with Professor Mata Milošević. That same year she began performing at the National Theatre. In her rich and long acting career she has performed in a number of important theatres. In the period between 1949 – 1953 Renata worked at the Serbian National Theatre in Novi Sad and in 1953 she joined the Belgrade Drama Theatre. In 1968 she joined Atelje 212. Albeit officially retired since 1989 Renata continues to perform both in Atelje 212 and at the Yugoslav Drama Theatre. She has also appeared on television and film. She has received the Sterijino Pozorje award and two Niš film awards. She translates from German and many of her translations of plays have been successfully produced on stage. She is a member of the Association of Translators of Serbia.


Nataša Marković

Graduated from the Faculty of Dramatic Art where she studied with Professor Milenko Maričić and Branislav Mićunović. Member of the Belgrade Drama Theatre before which she was a member of the Torpedo Troupe.

Appeared in the Yugoslav Drama Theatre production ofThe Arabian Night (Franziska).

Television work includes series: Cvat Lipe na Balkanu,FoxesOno Kao LjubavLift. Film work includes Seven and a Half and Mask (TV film).


Maja Izetbegović

Graduated in 2008 from the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Sarajevo. Member of the Chamber Theatre 55 from Sarajevo.

Won the Yugoslav Drama Theatre annual award for her role in Elijah’s Chair which was co-produced with MESS Festival in Sarajevo in 2010.

Before appearing in Elijah’s Chair she had already worked with MESS as well as with the National Theatre in Sarajevo, the Sarajevo War Theatre – SARTR and spent two years as a member of the East West Theatre Company where she appeared in a number of productions.

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