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.