Yugoslav Drama Theatre

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Yugoslav Drama Theatre
Jugoslovensko Dramsko Pozorište, Beograd. Noć.jpg
Yugoslav Drama Theatre, night view
Address Kralja Milana 50
City Belgrade
Country  Serbia
Coordinates 44°48′20″N 20°27′53″E / 44.80560°N 20.46479°E / 44.80560; 20.46479Coordinates: 44°48′20″N 20°27′53″E / 44.80560°N 20.46479°E / 44.80560; 20.46479
Opened 1947
Rebuilt 2003
Website
www.jdp.rs

Yugoslav drama theatre (Serbian: Jugoslovensko dramsko pozorište (JDP); Jugodrp) is a theatre in Belgrade, Serbia. The theatre was established in 1947 with an intention of consolidating actors and writers from all over the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. The first art director was Bojan Stupica.

The theatre's main stage did not operate from 1997 until 2003, as the building had burnt down in a fire.

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