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Les membres ETC - Information

SERBIAN NATIONAL THEATRE (Srpsko narodno pozorište)
Adresse : Pozorisni trg 1
Ville : Novi Sad
Code postal : 21000
Pays : Serbie
Téléphone : 00 381 63 56 21 63
Fax : 00 381 21 66 23 391
Email : branislav.vesnic@snp.org.rs
Site Web : www.snp.org.rs
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Serbian National Theatre was founded in 1861 in Novi Sad, in the, then, Austro-Hungarian Empire, during a  conference of  the Serbian National Theatre Society, founded by the Serbian Reading Room (“Srpska čitaonica”).  Svetozar Miletić, one of the founding fathers, along with Stevan Branovački, Jovan Đorđević and Jovan Jovanović Zmaj,  presided the session. In 1867 Jovan Đorđević, responded to the request by the Duke Mihailo and left with half of the acting staff for Belgrade to establish the National Theatre. The Theatre performed in many towns of Vojvodina, and also had guest performances outside of it. In Novi Sad, performances were staged on the first floor of the inn “Kod sunca”, in the hall of the „Kod kraljice Jelisavete” inn, in summer in the arena of „Kod Zelenog venca”. In 1871 the theatre started its publishing activities with the first issue of the «Theatre» magazine.
In 1928 the Government reduced its subsidies and in March 1926 it joined the National Theatre in Novi Sad and Osijek National Theatre in one theatre, under the name Novi Sad-Osijek Theatre, with headquarters in Osijek. This theatre operated as such until 1934. From December 1944, until December 1951 the theatre operates under the name National Theatre of Vojvodina. Serbian National Theatre established Opera in 1947 and Ballet in 1950. Precisely 120 years after its inception, SNT moved to its current location. Serbian National Theatre marks 28 March as the date of its anniversary. This is the day when achievements from the previous year are being summarised, and meritorious members awarded. The most prestigious award presented is the “Jovan Đorđević Award”. In the area of international cooperation, apart from regular guest performances in the Regional countries Serbian National Theatre carries out joint projects within the European Theatre Convention (ETC) one of the most prominent European theatre associations, connecting more than forty theatres from around thirty European countries. One of the projects accomplished within the ETC was Orient Express – a travelling festival, where along with SNT performed theatres from Turkey, Romania, Croatia, Slovenia and Germany. Serbian National Theatre is one of the founders of the "Quartet" Association, comprising several European theatres.
Being one of the most important institutions of culture in the country, Serbian National Theatre initiated establishment of other cultural institutions such as “Sterijino pozorje” in 1956, Academy of Arts in 1970, and Theatre Museum of Vojvodina in 1982.

 

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