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Mladen Obradović - Artistic Director


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Mladen Obradović is an actor, director, drama teacher and theatre producer. Teaches for several drama schools in Toronto and Mississauga, including TheatrePeace, Arts Express, Centauri Summer Arts Camp and Shakespeare in Action Project. His Canadian acting credits include Andrei in Chekhov's Three Sisters and Conspiracy Theorist in Draft89's production, FOE. He worked as an actor in Belgrade for seven years before coming to Toronto. He has over twenty shows, seven films, several theatre and radio shows as well as directing and producing work on his resume. Education: MFA in Acting, York University, Toronto; Diploma in Specialist Studies for Musical, University of Belgrade, 2004; Finished three years of English Language and Literature at Philology Faculty at University of Belgrade; BFA in acting, BK University, Theatre Department, Belgrade, 2002.

Biljana Djogo - Marketing Director


Biljana Djogo is an Accountant who posses international experience in Accounting, Sales and Marketing. She is actively engaged in helping preparing many cultural events for Serbian community in Toronto. In the past two years she was helping and providing support to Pulse Theatre. Through her engagement she helped preparing theatre shows such as: “Snow Queen”, “Captain John Peoplefox”, “Charlotte’s Web”, “Crazy Bugs”, “Women’s Talk”, “Little Princess”, "Cvetan" and many others.

Lada Skender Mićić - Studio Instructor


Lada Skender Mićić worked as an actress in Belgrade before coming to Canada. She was the Ensemble Member at Belgrade's Drama Theatre. Some of her most prominent roles include: Viola in Shakespeare's "The Twelfth Night", Lisa in Dostoyevsky's "The Brothers Karamazov", Patricia in Mastrosimone's “Extremities" and Carla in Villqist's “Helver’s Night”. Some of her TV and film credits include: Home Theatre, Farewell to Arms, Banovic Strahinja, White Widows, Our Fourth Grade's Teacher and Live Earth. She performed in countless radio dramas and participated in multidisciplinary projects. She was a part of theatre projects in Serbia, Cyprus, USA and Canada. She was a drama teacher at St. Dimitrije Church Community Centre in Windsor, before moving to Toronto and joining Pulse Theatre.

Brittany Knight - Studio Instructor



Brittany Knight has worked as a theatre performance artist, director and trainer on Canadian stages since 1999. She traveled and toured extensively with Famous PEOPLE Players for 10 years and is a featured puppeteer on Treehouse TV’s "Roll Play." Since 1995, she has taught and collaborated with some of the most highly acclaimed theatre in education venues in Canada, most notably Young People’s Theatre, Carousel Players, the Manitoba Theatre for Young People, Little Red Theatre, Centauri Summer Arts, Mixed Company Theatre and Original Kids. Brittany is an Honours Specialist Arts Educator with the Toronto District School Board and has trained with the most highly renowned drama educators in the world. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Theatre, English and Drama in Education and her Bachelor of Education at OISE. She is highly skilled in many areas of Special Education, holds a Diploma in Clowning from Brazil, is a published poet and is passionate about exploring the possibilities of physical theatre! From innovative work with Shakespeare to improv to cultural stories, musicals and urban scripts, Brittany strives to take on new artistic challenges that meet the complexities and curiosities of her amazing young actors. Her greatest skill lies in co-creating collective ensemble work with youth that honours their phenomenally inspiring voices and the POWER of their words.

Stefan Dzeparoski - Artistic Associate


Education: MFA Theatre Directing, University of Alberta; MA Theatre Studies, University of Arts, Belgrade, Serbia; BFA Directing for Multi-media (Film, Theatre, TV and Radio), University of Arts, Novi Sad, Serbia.
Before coming to Canada, Stefan was working in South-Eastern Europe - directing more than 50 documentaries, short films, and acting as assistant director in a few feature films. Stefan also directed for Serbia’s National Theatre and some small independent theatre companies exploring the exciting world of image based theatre, dramaturgy, and use of different media in theatre. He was Artistic/Administrative Assistant in Workshop west Theatre – Edmonton, Founding and Artistic Director of The System Theatre, Artistic Associate of Indie 5 season in Edmonton. He has thought classes and various workshops. at University of Alberta.
Some of the memorable theatre credits include: a critically acclaimed production of “ROBERTO ZUCCO”, Studio Theatre, University of Alberta, 2008; “THE BODY OF A WOMAN”, Vault: Theatre of Invention, for Indie5 2008; “ANIME”, Lucid Productions-Edmonton International Fringe Festival 2008; “THE CREATION OF THE WORLD AND OTHER BUSINESS”, The System Theatre – Edmonton International Theatre Fringe Festival, 2007; “AFTER THE FALL” Studio Theatre, University of Alberta, 2008; “WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF” by Edward Albee, National Theatre Uzice for Belgrade International Theatre Festival (BITEF 2005).
For his academic and professional achievements, he was award nominated and received several international and national scholarships and awards. In 2008, Stefan was nominated for an Elizabeth Sterling Haynes Award as Best Director.


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