With degrees from the Faculty for Special Education and Rehabilitation and the Faculty of Dramatic Arts at the University of Belgrade, Ms. Milošević co-founded DAH Teatar in 1991 and its extension, the DAH Theatre Research Center in 1993. She has served as their Artistic Director ever since. After graduating, she studied with Eugenio Barba and Torgeir Wethal at Odin Teatret in Denmark, where eventually she served as his Assistant Director for the production, Talabot.
In addition, she was the programmer for the International Festival Of New and Alternative Theatre (INFANT) in 1999 and 2000, is a member of the BELGRADE INTERNATIONAL THEATRE FESTIVAL (BITEF) Jury and was the President of the board for the BITEF Theatre. She has also served as President of the Association of Independent Theatres in Belgrade and as a member of the ITI board in Serbia.She has collaborated with numerous peace-building networks, such as Theatre Without Borders, Acting Together on the World Stage, and the international women’s theatre collective, The Magdalena Project .
She is also the professor at the IUI- Institute for the Modern Dance in Belgrade, teaching Comparative Directing and Choreography. She founded and co-leads various educational programs. Perhaps the most prominent of these has been a three-week intensive training experience for students from the international performance community called the DAH Theatre Institute.
She has collaborated frequently with peace activists groups such as Women in Black and Act Women in Serbia, as well been an active participant in the international women’s performance organization, The Magdalena Project. She has also collaborated with different artists and theatre groups throughout the world, including, in this country, 7 Stages in Atlanta, and Theatre Yugen in San Francisco.
- Dijana Milosevic