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Borisav Matić

Borisav Matić
regional managing editor

Borisav Matić is a theatre, literary and occasional film critic and a dramaturg from Serbia. His writings about theatre have appeared in numerous publications and media, including SEE Stage, the Second Channel of Radio Television of Serbia, the Theatre Arts Review Journal “Scena”, Kritičarski caravan (eng. Critical Caravan, the website of the Serbian Association of Theatre Critics) and Radio Aparat where he co-hosts the podcast Radio Independent that’s dedicated to theatre criticism. He’s a member of the feminist collective Rebel Readers with whom he co-edits Bookvica, their platform for literary criticism, and produces literary shows, podcasts and print publications. His works about film have appeared in the Slovenian academic journal “Kino!”, the publications of Academic Film Center in Belgrade and on the portal of Film Center of Serbia. He occasionally works as a dramaturg or a scriptwriter for theatre, TV, radio and other media. He's the administrator of IDEA - the International Drama/Theatre and Education Association. Borisav currently lives in Novi Sad, and divides his time between Novi Sad and Belgrade.

A Café in Performance: An Example of Queer Theatre in the Balkans

“The Queer Café: Hear Our Voices from the Balkans, the project I’ve been working on as a dramaturg and translator, with the US playwright, director and activist Joan Lipkin, has been a precious experience. It has also energized the local community that’s gathered around the Pride Info Center in Belgrade, where the show premiered.” – Borisav Matić

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