posted by Sandra Antonovic



We are so proud that Yugoslav Drama Theatre signed up today! Yugoslav Drama Theatre (Jugoslovensko Dramsko Pozorište) was established in Belgrade, Serbia in 1947 as a representative theatre for all actors, writers and directors of the Balkan & Adriatic Region.

Plays from Shakespeare, Chekhov  and many other classic plawrights are performed on two stages of this theatre, but they also have modern plays on their repertoire,  written by Biljana Srbljanovic, Pierre de Marivaux and others.

The Yugoslav Drama Theatre will cut carbon by cutting on their lighting on nights there are no plays - no reason for that glass building to have all lights on then, every third lightbulb will do the trick - the busilding would still glow in the night as the symbol of the capital, but considerable energy would still be saved.