2018.

Tena stivicic: pepeljugino maslo

City Theater Podgorica, Montenegro
directed by: Alisa Stojanovic

 

2017.

Mike Bartlett: LOVE LOVE LOVE

Atelje 212 – Belgrade
directed by: Alisa Stojanovic

 

2014.

Mila Masovic – Nikolic: HORMONES

City Theater Podgorica, Montenegro
directed by: Alisa Stojanovic

 

2012.

Tena Štivicic: 7 DAYS

City Theater Podgorica, Montenegro
directed by: Alisa Stojanovic

ALEKSANDRA GLOVACKI: PETER PAN

Childrenş Theater Subotica
directed by: Predrag Strbac

 

2011.

Milos Radovic: TRIESTE

Atelje 212 – Belgrade
directed by: Alisa Stojanovic

Robert Lepage, Marie Brassard: POLYGRAPH

Yugoslav Drama Theatre – Belgrade
directed by: Vladimir Popadic

 

2009.

Tatjana Ilic: PUSS IN BOOTS

Pinokio – Zemun
directed by: Alisa Stojanovic

Branislav Nusic: THE DECEASED

Tosa Jovanovic – Zrenjanin
directed by: Predrag Strbac

 

2008.

Yasmina Reza: GOD OF CARNAGE

Atelje 212 – Belgrade
directed by: Alisa Stojanovic

 

2007.

Jelena Mijovic: PLANET OF SPECIALITY

“Dusko Radovic” theatre – Belgrade
directed by: Alisa Stojanovic

Patrick Marber: DON JUAN IN SOHO

Atelje 212 – Belgrade
directed by: Alisa Stojanovic

Tanja Ilić: SNOWHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS

Pinokio theatre – Zemun
directed by: Gorcin Stojanovic

Tanja Ilic: AFTER THE PARTY

Belgrade Drama Theatre
directed by: Alisa Stojanovic

 

2006.

Peter Shaffer: AMADEUS

Belgrade Drama Theatre
directed by: Alisa Stojanovic

Aleksandra Glovacki: BASTIEN AND BASTIENNE

Children’s Theatre – Subotica
directed by: Predrag Strbac

Mir – Jam, Mihiz: WOUNDED EAGLE

Atelje 212 – Belgrade
directed by: Alisa Stojanovic

Branislav Nusic: TRAVEL AROUND THE WORLD

BK – Belgrade
directed by: Predrag Ejdus

 

2005.

Petar Kocic: BADGER IN COURT

Zvezdara theatre – Belgrade / National Theatre – Banja Luka
directed by: Pavle Lazic

 

2003.

Peter Horvat: SNOWHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS

Children’s Theatre – Subotica
directed by: Predrag Strbac

Branislav Nusic: FOLK

Sterija Theatre – Vrsac
directed by: Pavle Lazic

Carlo Goldoni: FISHERMEN’S ANGER

National Theatre, Belgrade – Rasa Plaovic
directed by: Goran Ruskuc

Alexander N. Ostrovsky: Enough Stupidity in Every Wise Man

National Theatre – Subotica
directed by: Predrag Strbac

Ana Djordjevic: CLOUD-CASTLE

Bosko Buha Theatre – Belgrade
directed by: Ana Djordjevic

 

2002.

LAND – AREA

The Academic Theatre Krsmanac – Belgrade
directed by: Dorotea Schröder

 

2001.

Nikolai V. Gogol: THE NOSE

The Academic Theatre Krsmanac – Belgrade
directed by: Predrag Kalaba

Brana Crncevic: FRIENDSHIP – THE OLDEST CRAFT

Tosa Jovanovic – Zrenjanin
directed by: Predrag Strbac

Feast in the time of plague

The Academic Theatre Krsmanac – Belgrade
directed by: Dimitrije Ilic

Angelo B. Ruzzante: FLY

The Faculty of Drama Arts – Mata Milosevic
directed by: Goran Ruskuc

Karel Chapek: BIG DOCTOR’S LEGEND

Sterija Theatre – Vrsac
directed by: Predrag Kalaba

CAPSULE-MONUMENT

The Academic Theatre Krsmanac – Belgrade
directed by: Goran Cvetkovic

 

2000.

CIRCO MORTALE

The Academic Theatre Krsmanac – Belgrade
directed by: Slavisa Rajkovic

Sofokle: ANTIGONA

The Academic Theatre Krsmanac – Belgrade
directed by: Goran Cvetkovic / Marko Popovic

DEATH OF PERO RADAKOVIC

Arena, Erlangen – Germany
directed by: Petar Pejakovic

Stevan Koprivica: When you grow up you will be me

Bosko Buha Theatre – Belgrade
directed by: Ana Djordjevic

 

1999.

REFUGEES

The Academic Theatre Krsmanac – Belgrade
directed by: Goran Cvetkovic / Andre Jolles

Dusan Popovic/Ana Djordjevic: SPRIGHT

The Faculty of Drama Arts – Mata Milosevic
directed by: Ana Djordjevic

Oscar Wilde: STARRY BOY

“Dusko Radovic” theatre – Belgrade
directed by: Ivana Vujic

Vesna Peric – Predrag Strbac: What do we think when we talk about love (Play Chehov!)

Atelje 212 – Belgrade
directed by: Predrag Strbac

 

1998.

William Shakespeare: ROMEO AND JULIET

The Academic Theatre Krsmanac – Belgrade
directed by: Goran Cvetkovic

Eugène Ionesco: THE BALD SOPRANO

The Academic Theatre Krsmanac – Belgrade

Egon Wolf: PAPER FLOWERS / PAPIRVIRAGOK

Holdvilag, Budapest – Hungary
directed by: Goran Cvetkovic

 

1997.

Peter Weiss: MARAT – SAD

The Academic Theatre Krsmanac – Belgrade
directed by: Goran Cvetkovic