Igor Filipović

Studied acting at the Faculty of Dramatic Art in Belgrade with Professor Milenko Maričić and his assistant Branislav Mićunović.

Roles in Yugoslav Drama Theatre productions: Ivan (The Terrace), Jovan (Belgrade Trilogy), Master of Ceremony (Leonce and Lena), and his first appearance on the YDT stage was as a Nubian and Taylor in Salome.

Has performed in productions at other Belgrade based theatres and independent troupes (Atelje 212, Ister Theatre).


Svetlana Bojković

Graduated from the Theatre, Radio, Film and Television Academy in Belgrade. Member of Yugoslav Drama Theatre during the period between 1968–1984, after which she transferred to the National Theatre where she stayed until 1993. Since then she has maintained the status of independent artist.

Notable roles in YDT productions: Raisa Pavlovna Gurmyzhskaya (The Forest); Marusia (Sunset); Nadezhda Petrovich (Valjevo Hospital); Jovanka (The High Seas); Dushitsa (When the Pumpkins Were Blooming), Lidia Pavlovna (Barbarians); Ella (Mister Dollar); title roles in plays such as: Affair of Innocent AnnabelleHedda GablerJelisaveta, the Duchess of Montenegro, Lady Windermere’s Fan.

Svetlana has appeared in a number of roles in theatres such as: National Theatre in Belgrade, Atelje 212, National Theatre of Republika Srpska…

Even though she is primarily a stage actress, she has added a number of film roles to her name (The Dog that Liked Trains, Hello, Taxi, Vukovar – a Story) as well as in TV series (Better Life, Happy People, Family Treasure).

Recipient of many awards amongst which Dobričin Prsten Award, Zanka Stokić Award, YDT annual award.


Vlastimir Đuza Stojiljković

Belongs to the oldest generation of actors who are still performing on stage. He studied acting at the Drama Studio of the National Theatre in Belgrade under Professor Mata Milošević. During the period between 1951 – 1968 he was a permanent member of the Belgrade Drama Theatre and then alternated between the Belgrade Drama Theatre and Atelje 212 from where he officially retired in 1993. His first role with the Yugoslav Drama Theatre was that of Jakob Šnajder, Simon in Elijah’s Chair. Notable appearances at the Belgrade Drama Theatre: Cry the Beloved Country, Glass Menagerie, Suicide, Largo de Solato, The Meeting Point, Tonight We Improvise, Beast on the Moon. Notable roles at Atelje 212: Baron Emmanuel Staten (View), Stevan Medaković (Fathers and Forefathers), Fool (King Lear); Robert Schuster (Heroes’ Square); Vasilije Šopalović (Travelling Troupe Šopalović). He is also well known for his TV and film appearances: Home Theatre (Pozorište u Kući)Na Slovo, Na SlovoViše od Igre. He is the recipient of the Dobričin Prsten award as well as many other awards for his contribution to drama.

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