The Ministry of Culture said that actors’ salaries will be raised by January of next year after Kosovo National Theatre actors threatened an indefinite strike.
PI caught up with Prishtina-born actor Alban Ukaj to talk about his home country, his life in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and his first Kosovar feature film.
From dancing by candlelight after the Kosovo War to practicing in a small, bare studio, the Balkans’ smallest ballet troupe marks its anniversary with a tip of the hat to traditional dance.
Independent theater company Qendra Multimedia is set to premiere its play about gay marriage on Friday, bracing itself for potential backlash.
Turning the entire city into an art space, Autostrada Biennale, Kosovo’s first contemporary art biennale, begins in Prizren.