Saturday, 3 July at 20.00 Vila Stankovic, Cortanovci
    Saturday, 3 July at 20.00 Vila Stankovic, Cortanovci



NU National Theatre - Bitola (North Macedonia)

W. Shakespeare, Vedrana Bozinovic

Directed by Andras Urban
Dramatized by Vedrana Bozinovic

Set Design: Valentin Svetozarev
Costume Design: Blagoj Micevski
Composer: Irena Popovic Dragovic

Sonja Mihajlova
Viktorija Stepanovska – Jankulovska
Sandra Gribovska
Ivan Jercik
Nikolče Projcevski
Musicians: Aleksandar Dimovski, Slavco Jovev

Running time: 1h 30'


The creativity of the artistic repertoire is created in such a way to be followed the development of domestic drama, but very often there were some come backs to the classic and modern drama.
During all these 75 years existence and work, National Theatre of Bitola has staged over 550 performances and more than 5.000.000 visitors.

The national Theater of Bitola and its long- standing upsurge in the cultural matrix of Republic of North Macedonia have indisputable significance. During its growth, this prominent theater, has manage to create unique theatre expression, rich and varied repertoire with undeniable esthetic values contributing to the theatre life in our country.

Bitola has always been an image of a global scene staging important plays, place for presenting wonderful theatre, strong artistic potential and majestic artists that have created numerous plays and received many recognitions and awards in our country and abroad.

In past years National Theatre – Bitola has took place in festivals and theaters all over the world. In countries such as: Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia, Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, China, Armenia, Romania, Germany, Sweden, UK, USA, Canada, Russia, Australia.

Over twelve thousand plays, from its constitution till present, have been staged at The National Theatre of Bitola, performed by several different generations of actors and attend by over five million spectators; statistics that make eternal mark on the Macedonian as well as European culture scene.

During the years, worldwide eminent directors imprinted their creative share in over 30 premiers at this theatre. Plays that, apart from the inspired diversity and creative enthusiasm, stand for the clear notion that revives every moment on the scene thus corresponding with our time of existence. Despite those plays, the theatre scene is marked by the number of playwrights and directors from the young generation.

To that extent, in the search for the European and world contemporary expression, many plays follow, with extremely ongoing topics, poetic and stylish goals, contemporarily engaged and methodical dramatic writing with a contribution to the highly artistic standards of the dramatic art that is still in progress and visible.