Drama Theater Skopje
The Drama Theater in Skopje was founded on the 21-st of April 1946 and premiered with the play Siljan the Stark (Силјан Штркот) which is based on a folk tale. In 1949 the theater is named as an independent Cultural Theater. On the 10-th of January 1958 with the first live act of the Prince and the Pauper from Mark Twain the theater created the Youth-Children Theater. In 1964 from the Macedonian National Theater a group of prominent young actors and actresses join the Drama Theater and in 1967 the members win the main award for best act in Novi Sad (then Yugoslavia, now Serbia). From this year onwards the theater obtained the official name Drama Theater - Skopje.
Drama Theater - Skopje also performs on the MESS (Festival for small end experimental scenes) in Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) where the acts have had great success.
The Drama Theater in Skopje is one of the most visited theaters in the country with a rich repertoire and variety of plays.
Sekspirova Str., Skopje-City, 1000View Larger Map
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