14.02.2018 News / Reports


A commemoration dedicated to Nebojša Glogovac will be held on Monday, 12th February at 11am at Yugoslav Drama Theatre.
The funeral will begin at St Nicholas’ Church and the New Cemetery in Belgrade at 2pm.  Nebojša Glogovac will be buried in the Alley of deserving citizens.

14.02.2018 News / Reports


The great Serbian actor Nebojša Glogovac died today in Belgrade, after a short but severe illness, aged forty-nine.

The first play he ever appeared in was Joe Orton’s Loot, directed by Dejan Mijač. Soon after he began to appear in a growing number of Yugoslav Drama Theatre productions and became a permanent member of the YDT ensemble.  After portraying Niko Đurov in Fake Emperor Šćepan Mali, a text based on writings by Njegoš and directed yet again by Dejan Mijač, Glogovac started appearing in big and important roles in some of the hallmark YDT productions such as Vladimir in In the Hold by Vladimir Arsenijević, Dima in The Oginski Polonaise by Koliada, Troilus in Troilus and Cressida by William Shakespeare, Andrey in The Power Keg, Dan in Closer by Patrick Marber, Charles Varlet de la Grange in Molière – Another Life, based on writings by Bulgakov.  The versatility of his acting shone in productions such as Tracks by Milena Marković and Huddersfield by Uglješa Šajtinac and they remained on the repertoire for over a decade. There was also his portrayal of captain Jerotije in A Suspicious Person by Nušić and his brilliant creations in Ovid’s Metamorphoses or in The Broken Jug by Kleist.  The last production he appeared in and his last performance was that of Hamlet, on 13th December, 2017.  He has worked with some of the most important theatre directors in this part of the world such as Dejan Mijač, Slobodan Unkovski, Egon Savin, Dušan Jovanović, Aleksandar Popovski.

Nebojša Glogovac first appeared on film in Vukovar Poste Restante, directed by Boro Drašković and he played his first lead in Premeditated Murder, directed by Gorčin Stojanović.  Since then he has appeared in many feature films such as Rage, Thunderbirds, Sky Hook, The Powder Keg, When I Grow up, I’ll be a Kangaroo, Tomorrow Morning,  Circles, Donkey, The Constitution as well as dozens of others where he had the opportunity to be directed by Goran Paskaljević, Rajko Grlić, Ljubiša Samardžić, Radivoje Andrić, Oleg Novković and Srdan Golubović among others.

Not only was Nebojša Glogovac a leading actor of his generation but also one of the greatest actors in the history of theatre in Serbia. He will be remembered for his great performances both in classical and modern repertoire but also in films and plays that have become milestones for the times in which they were created and an indelible part of a heritage that will be passed down to future generations.

Glogovac has received a plethora of awards including the most prestigious ones such as the Sterija award, Golden Arena award in Pula, Emperor Constantine and Grand Prix awards in Niš, City of Belgrade awards and many, many others.

His death is a tragic and irreparable loss not only to Serbian theatre, film and television but also to the cultural and public life of the entire region.

The times of commemoration and funeral will be announced in due course.


01.02.2018 News / Reports


A Month in the Country by Ivan Sergeyevich Turgenev, directed by Iva Milošević is scheduled to open on Friday, 2nd February at 8pm on our Ljuba Tadić stage.

Costume design by Boris Čakširan, set design by Gorčin Stojanović with original score composed by Vlada Pejković. The cast includes Mirjana Karanović, Svetozar Cvetković, Marko Janketić, Milica Gojković, Branka Petrić, Marko Baćović, Srđan Timarov, Milena Vasić, Dubravko Jovanović, Irfan Mensur, Bojan Lazarov, Marija Klanac, Relja Vasić / Pavle Orlić.

Additonal performances on 3rd, 10th and 17th February.

26.01.2018 News / Reports


The first rehearsal in the new production of The King of Betajnova by Ivan Cankar was held today at Yugoslav Drama Theatre. Production director is Milan Nešković and the cast includes Nenad Jezdić, Vojin Ćetković, Nikola Rakočević, Jasmina Avramović, Milena Živanović, Nebojša Milovanović, Vučić Perović, Mina Obradović…

This year, Yugoslav Drama Theatre celebrates 70th anniversary of its first opening night on 3rd April, 1948. The first production of this play by Ivan Cankar was directed by Bojan Stupica and the cast included many members of the then renowned YDT ensemble such as Milivoje Živanović, Marija Crnobori, Branko Pleša, Nada Riznić, Dubravka Perić, Strahinja Petrović, Kapitalina Erić, Karlo Bulić, Zoran Ristanović, Milan Ajvaz

23.01.2018 News / Reports


Tickets for February performances available from Tuesday, 23rd January. 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.


Wednesday, 14th February, EINSTEIN’S DREAMS by Alan Lightman, directed by Slobodan Unkovski

Friday, 23rd February, THE MERCHANT OF VENICE by William Shakespeare, directed by Egon Savin

10.01.2018 News / Reports


Owing to technical difficulties, following changes had to be made to our January repertoire.

On Thursday, 11th January we will be showing Einstein’s Dreams instead of Hamlet.

On Saturday 20th January, we will be showing Free Exchange Hotel instead of A Suspicious Person.

On Wednesday, 24th January, we will be showing Accidental Death of an Anarchist instead of Hamlet.

Tickets already issued will be valid for the performance scheduled for that day or they may be returned to our box office.

25.12.2017 News / Reports


In only two days, nearly 12,000 tickets for January performances were sold by Yugoslav Drama Theatre.  Under the banner of Art Reduction – tickets for 100 and 200 dinars, jointly organised by YDT and Raiffeisen bank, our audiences had an opportunity to acquire tickets for performances on both our Ljuba Tadić and Studio YDT stages.  The tickets became available on Friday, 22nd December at 10am and the box office remained open until half past midnight the following day until everyone in the queue had purchased their ticket.  Ticket sale was officially closed on Saturday, 23rd December at 6pm.

We take this opportunity to thank our audiences for their trust, their understanding and their patience.

21.12.2017 News / Reports


Yugoslav Drama Theatre is celebrating its 70th birthday next year and in cooperation with Raiffeisen bank will be selling tickets at reduced prices during the holiday season. During the month of January, all tickets for performances on our Ljuba Tadić stage will be sold at 200 dinars per ticket and at 100 dinars per ticket for all performances on our Studio YDT stage.

Ticket sale starts on Friday, 22nd December at 10am. Our box office will be open from 10am – 8pm on Friday 22nd, Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th December (with no interval).

During this period it will not be possible to book tickets by phone or over the Internet and no additional concessions will be available for group bookings.

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