Artistic director

Lenka Udovicki has directed a great number of Ulysses theater productions such as King Lear, Medea, Marat/Sade, Core Sample, Hamlet, Drunken Night 1918 , Romeo and Juliet in ’68, The Tempest, Cabaret Brecht – Rise of Arturo Ui, Deceased, Shakespeare in the Kremlin and Antigone – 2000 years later.

Her career began in former Yugoslavia with productions including “Women in Colorful Skirts” by M. Bjelić, “Praying for a Little Luck” by S. Andjelić and L. Udovički, “Chamber Music” by Arthur Kopita, “Deadly Motorism” by A. Popović, “Opera for Two Dinars” by B. Nušić, her own adaptation, “Mother Courage” by B. Brecht adapted by Borislav Vujčić, “Antigone” by Dusan Jovanovic.

Her recent work in the region includes “Henry V” by William Walton with the Zagreb Philharmonic conducted by Sir Neville Marriner in the Vatroslav Lisinski concert hall in Zagreb, and “Umbreakable String- Workers In Culture” with Natasa Govedic and the garment workers of Kamensko factory.

Lenka has been active internationally since 1992. In 1994 she was co-founder of the Moving Theatre company for which she directed “Waterfall”, “Arsonists” at Riverside Studio, “The Consul” at Leighton House, and Eve Ensler’s “Necessary Targets”.

Notable international work includes:

“History’s Rhyme” at English National Opera Studio in London’s Limelight club

“The Tempest” at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre

“A Better Place” by Martin Butler at the English National Opera.

“Differences in Demolition” by Nigel Osborne for Opera Circus

“Medea” with Annette Bening for UCLA Live