Sladjana Vujovic - Director


As a theatre director and sometimes producer Sladjana Vujovic has authored many projects which have been seen on three continents. As Artistic Director she co-ran two London-based theatre companies: Mania Productions (with Gary Drabwell) and ActTC (with Gina Landor), as well as Edinburgh Festival Fringe venues. Sladjana directs contemporary, multidisciplinary and classical texts as well as dance and musical theatre. Her London-based production company Arts World Productions  produces theatre and multi-media events focusing on international collaborations.


RECENT CREDITS        

  • Gianni Schicci, opera by Giacomo Puccini (in development)
  • Norman... is that you?, by Ron Clark & Sam Bobrick
  • Aria/Arija by Sasa Pavcek
  • Cinderella & Rockerfeller by Mark & Helen Johnson & Sue Langwade
  • Aria, by Sasa Pavcek for AWP
  • Betrayal, by Harold Pinter
  • Naš covjek (One of us), by 7 authors from ex - Yugoslavia
  • Romance D’Carnaval, for Arte Latino, London & UK tour. Tango drama co-created with Myriam Ojeda Patino.
  • Boat People, The Old Vic Theatre and Theatre Royal Startford East, London. Own play, rehearsed readings
  • Nora, Nora by E. Flisar, (rehearsed reading) at Soho Theatre
  • The Corridor by M. Zupancic (rehearsed reading) at Soho Theatre, London
  • Anywhere out of This World by B. Tadel (rehearsed reading) at Soho Theatre, London 2005.
  • Men do not go to War over Women, a site-specific production at the British Museum, London 2004.Preceded by stage productions at: Soho Theatre, London and Slavia Theatre, Belgrade, Serbia, 2003, Adapted by G. Landor from Troy by A. Rissik.
  • The Tender Mercies, The Old Vic, London (own play), 2003.
  • Men do not go to War over Women: a tour of US, Montenegro, Italy, India. Following the production at Battersea Arts Centre, London 2002 - 2003.
  • Miss Julie by A. Strindberg at The Courtyard Theatre, London, 2002.
  • Men do not go to War over Women at BAC, London, 2001.
  • The Letter by A. Milkovich, Waterman’s Arts Centre, London, 2001.
  • The Tender Mercies, own play - a tour of Germany, 2000.
  • Macbeth by Shakespeare, Barons Court Theatre, London 1999