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Milan Marković Matthis

Milan Markovic Matthis is a Malmö based dramaturge, playwright and performer, born 1978 in Belgrade. His plays have been staged in Serbia, Croatia and England and published in English, German and Slovenian and Serbian languages. He worked as a dramaturge in Croatian, Danish, German, Slovenian and Serbian theatre productions.

Working in theater:

Since 2005 founder and main editor of www.nova-drama.org.rs, archive website dedicated to promotion of new playwriting.

2007 - 2010 project author and coordinator New Play at the Sterijino pozorje festival (Novi Sad, Serbia)

2008 - 2013 a member of the editorial board of theater magazine "Scena" (Novi Sad, Serbia)

2009 and 2010 takes part in deschooling project Raškolovanje znanje (Teorija koja Hoda, Beograd and Kontrapunkt, Skoplje).

Since 2012 a member of the Management board for Assitej Theatre Association (Belgrade, Serbia)

2008 dramaturge in Serbia and Denmark (Tiggeroperaen, direct. Nullo Fucchini, Cantabile2)

2010 performances We Are Too Many (co-author and performer, Bitef theatre, concept Dalija Aćin), Who Would Want a Mother Like Mine (real-time dramaturgical intervention, Duško Radović theater, concept and choreography Dalija Aćin) and Long Live Work! (dramaturge, Atelje 212, direct. Anđelka Nikolić)

2011 writes an adaptation for the Bereaved Family by Branislav Nušić (direct. Bojana Lazić, Šabac National Theatre)

2012 performances They Live (in search of text zero) (co-author and performer, with Maja Pelević), Performing Wedding (co-author and performer, with Nina Matthis - Per.Art, Novi Sad and KolektivKolektiv, Belgrade), The Performance (Not Called Bitter Cunts) (co-author, with Ana Dubljavić, Nina Matthis, Dalija Aćin and Bojana Lazić, Station for Contemporary Dance, Belgrade; Bitef, Belgrade and Cikada, Malmö) and Again, From the Top (co-author, with Ana Dubljević, Bitef, Belgrade)

2013 collaborator, performance Revolution Won’t Be Performed by Saša Asentić, Kampnagel, Hamburg

2013 stage text, dance performance This Is Not Gonna End Well by Alexandre Achour, Uferstudios, Berlin


Plays (produced and rewarded):

Bench (Klupa) (Beogradsko dramsko pozorište, direct. Goran Ruškuc; Josip Kulundžić reward, Faculty of Dramatic Arts, Belgrade), Green House (Zelena kuća) (wins the competition, Menchenbuehnetheatre, Wiena), Good Morning, Mister Rabbit (Dobro jutro, gospodine Zeko) (direct. Jelena Bogavac, Duško Radović theater, Belgrade; direct. Jelena Ćurčić Flying Fish Teatricks, London; radio play for Radio Beograd), Good Boy (Dobar dečak), (direct. Predrag Štrbac, Srpsko narodno pozorište; "Slobodan Selenić" reward, Faculty of Dramatic Arts, Belgrade), Long Live Work! (Da nam živi rad) (co-author with Anđelka Nikolić, Atelje 212, Belgrade), Znači Marko, kao Kraljević/Pazi vamo (Look Here)/Zagreb is Burning (Zagreb gori) (direct. Bojana Lazić, Boško Buha Theatre, Belgrade; direct. Saša Božić and Ksenija Zec, Dubrava Theatre, Zagreb), Fakebook (direct. Jelena Bogavac, Bitef theatre, Belgrade), Maja and Me and Maja (Maja i ja i Maja) (direct. Anja Suša, Bitef theatre, Belgrade; Saša Božić, Kazalište Dubrava, Zagreb),  Cleaning Out the Idiot (direct. Aleksandra Kovačević, Kraljevačko pozorište, Kraljevo).


Published plays:

Cleaning Out the Idiot (Serbian, English - „Scena", Novi Sad 2010), Good boy (Serbian, English and Slovenian – "Pre-Glej na glas!", Ljubljana 2007), Good morning, mister Rabbit (Serbian and English - "Scena", Novi Sad, oct-dec 2005; "Tmalčart – New Serbian drama", Mostar, Bosnia and Hercegovina, nov 2006.), Green House ("Teatron", Belgrade 2004)

www.milan-markovic.com