The post-apocalyptic planet: DuÅ¡ka RadosavljeviÄ‡ reviews Ontroerend Goed’s new work.
DuÅ¡ka RadosavljeviÄ‡ meets Cirrus the shepherd dog at the Royal Botanic Garden’s annual offering of children’s theatre.
Urgent, feminist, mouthy and angry: DuÅ¡ka RadosavljeviÄ‡ reviews AJ Taudevin’s gig-theatre show at the Edinburgh Fringe.
This show should be prescribed on the NHS. Review by DuÅ¡ka RadosavljeviÄ‡.
A fine vintage: DuÅ¡ka RadosavljeviÄ‡ reviews a revival of Derevo’s Once… first shown in 1998.
DuÅ¡ka RadosavljeviÄ‡ flies off to planet baby theatre, and discovers a great show by the Scottish company Starcatchers.
The end of the world: DuÅ¡ka RadosavljeviÄ‡ reviews Kieran Hurley’s new storytelling piece at Summerhall.
From Ninky Nonk and Pinky Ponk to BabyLab at Birkbeck: Duska Radosavljevic explains the appeal of a CBeebies favourite on stage.
At the end of last week, Alistair McDowall’s X finished its run at the Royal Court. Without fear of spoilers, DuÅ¡ka RadosavljeviÄ‡ offers a post mortem review that explores the metaphor at its heart.
As part of a series of essays on Ivo van Hove’s dramaturgy, Duska Radosavljevic unpicks the director’s bold reimagining of Shakespeare’s history plays, Kings of War at the Barbican.
DuÅ¡ka RadosavljeviÄ‡ celebrates the memory of her friend and colleague, Julia Darling.
A life in the theatre.
No easy answers.
20 month old Joakim and his mother DuÅ¡ka RadosavljeviÄ‡ hunt down some theatre for small people at the Edinburgh Fringe.