20.05.2015 News / Reports


Tickets for June performances available from Tuesday, 19th May. Tickets purchased on the day of performance will be sold at a 50% discount. The same discount of 50% available for groups until the end of the month!

Link for repertoire: http://jdp.rs/stampani-repertoar/

Performances with English subtitles:

18 June, Milena Marković DRAGONSLAYERS, directed by Iva Milošević

22 June, after Ovid METAMORPHOSIS, directed by Aleksandar Popovski

Tickets can be purchased at our box office from 10am – 3pm & 5pm – beginning of performance. On Sundays from 5pm to the beginning of performance.

Box office phones: +381 11 30 61 957  &  +381 11 26 44 447.

18.05.2015 News / Reports


A series of events entitled Master Craftsmen’s Class: An evening with…, which began with a performance by Robert Wilson, continued on 14th May with a lecture given by Dušan Jovanović, professor of theatre direction at the Academy of Theatre Arts in Ljubljana. Dušan Jovanović was born in Belgrade. He graduated in English and French language and literature from the Faculty of Philology, University of Ljubljana and in theatre direction from the Academy of Theatre Arts also in Ljubljana.

His plays have been staged at theatres all around former Yugoslavia and they have been translated into a number of foreign languages (Polish, German, Hungarian, Czech, Italian, French, Macedonian, Slovak…).

Jovanović has directed three plays for the Yugoslav Drama Theatre all of which attracted a lot of attention. The first staging of Balkan Spy by Dušan Kovačević was at YDT and the leading role was played by Bata Stojković. Then followed Molière – Another Life (Bulgakov, Molière, Jovanović, 2003) and Shakespere’s Hamlet in 2005.


Lecture by a Macedonian theatre director Slobodan Unkovski is scheduled for this evening – 15th May at 7.30pm at Studio YDT. Unkovski got a degree in theatre direction from the Faculty of Dramatic Art in Belgrade where he studied with Professor Vjekoslav Afrić. Between 1971 – 1981 he worked as director and artistic director at the Drama Theatre in Skopje and as assistant professor at the Faculty of Dramatic Art in Skopje between 1983 – 1987. He taught theatre direction at NYC (1987/88) and the following academic year taught acting and directing at Harvard. During 1990s Unkovski was a part of Artist-in-Residence programme which took him to American Repertory Theater at Cambridge, Massachusetts and National Theatre in Athens. In the period between 1996 – 1998 Unkovski served as Minister of Culture in Macedonia. He is currently working as a professor of acting and directing at the Faculty of Dramatic Art in Skopje and is also in charge of post-graduate study programme in theatre direction.

The following YDT production were directed by Unkovski: Croatian Faust (S. Šnajder, 1982), L’Illusion Comique (P.Corneille, 1991), The Powder Keg (D. Dukovski, 1995), Tracks (M. Marković, 2002), The Seagull (A.P. Chekov, 2003), Boat of Dolls (M. Marković, 2006), As You Like It (W. Shakespeare, 2009) and Death Is Not a Bicycle (to be stolen from you) (B. Srbljanović, 2011).

12.05.2015 News / Reports


The Jury of 22nd Inernational Small Scenes Theatre Festival in Rijeka awarded the Veljko Maričić award for best actor to Nebojša Glogovac for his portrayal of Adam in the Yugoslav Drama Theatre production of The Broken Jug by Henrich von Kleist, directed by Igor Vuk Torbica. Jury members were theatre director Tatjana Mandić Rigonat, actress Sandra Lončarić Tankosić and theatre director Robert Raponja (president of the jury). Glogovac tied with Horatio Malaele for his portrayal of The Teacher in the I.L.Caragiale National Theatre Bucarest production of The Lesson, also directed by Horatio Malaele.

The Veljko Maričić award for best supporting role went to Ljubomir Bandović for his portrayal of Licht in YDT’s production of The Broken Jug and to Katarina Žutić for her portrayal of Erna in Kasimir and Karoline, directed by Snežana Trišić at Atelje 212. The Veljko Maričić award for best upcoming actor/actress went to Jovana Gavrilović for her portrayal of Eve in The Broken Jug and to Dado Ćosić for his portrayal of Jan in Mobile (directed by Krešimir Dolenčić at Kazalište Moruzgva theatre in Zagreb).

Igor Vuk Torbica received an honourable mention from the jury as a promising young director due to his handling of The Broken Jug by Heinrich von Kleist.

In the coming weeks, The Broken Jug will be performed at Days of Satire festival in Zagreb, Budva Theatre City Festival (scheduled as opening performance of the Festival), Ulysses Theatre on Brioni, “Purgatorije” Mediterranean Theatre Festival at Tivat and Borštikovi Susreti Festival in Maribor.  

05.05.2015 News / Reports


The Broken Jug by Heinrich von Kleist, directed by Igor Vuk Torbica was performed last night (Sunday, 3rd May) to great acclaim at the 22nd International Small Scenes Theatre Festival in Rijeka, held from 2nd – 9th May. The performance scored very high ratings from the audience – 4.64 out of 5. A round table discussion was held after the performance.

Bojan Munjin, selector for this year’s festival, invited productions from the Czech Republic, Romania, Croatia, Slovenia and Serbia. Yugoslav Drama Theatre productions have often taken part in this festival in Rijeka in the past and have won numerous prizes. This year’s jury members were Tatjana Mandić Rigonat, Sandra Lončarić Tankosić and Robert Raponja.

The International Small Scenes Theatre Festival (MFMS) was founded by the City of Rijeka and HKD Theatre in 1994. Initially it was a national theatre festival but in 1999 it became an international one and has, over time, become one of the most prestigious events in the region.

05.05.2015 News / Reports


MASTER CRAFTSMEN’S CLASS: AN EVENING WITH… is a series of events where four artists will have an opportunity to talk about their work: Robert Wilson, Dušan Jovanović, Slobodan Unkovski and Dejan Mijač. These four masters in theatre direction will have an opportunity to share their experiences as theatre directors and of theatre in general with an audience consisting of young theatre professionals but also those who see the theatre as a social phenomenon. What these four artists have in common is a vast experience and total dedication to the theatre. They will demonstrate their different approaches to the theatre in their own way: performance-lecture, workshop and talking with members of the audience.

05.05.2015 News / Reports


As a part of series of events entitled MASTER CRAFTSMEN’S CLASS: AN EVENING WITH …. Yugoslav Drama Theatre will be welcoming Robert Wilson, one of the most important theatre directors in the world. The performance under the name of 1 HAVE YOU BEEN HERE BEFORE? 2 NO THIS IS THE FIRST TIME – Evening with Robert Wilson is scheduled for Wednesday, 13th May at 8pm at our “Ljuba Tadić” stage.

In an exceptional performance of nearly three hours, director and artist Robert Wilson invites us into his astonishing aesthetic universe. Combining hundreds of striking images from his prolific career, Wilson provides an intimate self‐portrait of his creative process. Mr. Wilson will reference his acclaimed original works the operatic and theatrical repertoire, including his stagings of Puccini’s Madam Butterfly, Wagner’s Ring Cycle, Mozart’s The Magic Flute, Ibsen’s Peer Gynt but also those that we shall remember all our lives such as Deafman Glance, A Letter for Queen Victoria, Einstein on the Beach (created with composer Philip Glass), The CIVIL warS and The Black Rider.  At the conclusion of the performance, the audience is invited to explore Mr. Wilson’s ideas further during an informal question‐and‐answer period.

Richard Wilson’s performance will be in English.

For more information click here

Robert Wilson’s performance is financed by Serbian Ministry of Culture and Information.

05.05.2015 News / Reports


The Broken Jug by Henrich von Kleist, directed by Igor Vuk Torbica will be performed this evening (Sunday 3rd May) at one of the most prestigious theatre festivals in the region – Small Scenes Theatre Festival in Rijeka.

24.04.2015 News / Reports


The première of The Imaginary Invalid by Molière, directed by Jagoš Marković, on Ljuba Tadić Stage is scheduled for Friday, 24 April 2015. Ih the cast are: Dragan Mićanović, Radovan Vujović, Jelisaveta Sablić, Goran Šušljik, Bojan Dimitrijević, Marta Bjelica, Mladen Sovilj, Vlasta Velisavljević, Nebojša Milovanović, Slobodan Tešić and Miloš Jevtović.

Next performances in April: 25 and 29 April

More about the production find here.

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