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|Minister of Culture|
7 July 2008 – 14 March 2011
|Preceded by||Vojislav Brajović|
|Succeeded by||Predrag Marković|
3 August 1956 |
Trstenik, PR Serbia, FPR Yugoslavia
Nebojša Bradić was born in Trstenik, Serbia. From 1981 to 1996 he worked as director, art director and head of the Krusevac Theatre. After becoming a member of a so-called left but actually ultranationalist JUL (Yugoslav United Left) party, Bradic was appointed as the head of the Atelje 212 theatre from 1996 to 1997.
He has directed more than 60 plays in Serbian theatres and is also the director of the Belgrade Drama Theatre. He was also the head director of the National Theatre. Bradić is a member of the G17 Plus and the current Minister of Culture in the Government of Serbia.
He has directed operas and musicals. He is founder of the Belgrade Dance Festival. He is professor of acting at the Belgrade Academy of Fine Arts. Theatre shows by Nebojsa Bradic were performed in theatres throughout the former Yugoslavia, Italy, Austria, Hungary, England, United States, the Czech Republic, Switzerland, Ukraine, Russia, Greece, Albania and Turkey.
He also received the Golden Knight Award as director. He writes essays and has published a dramatisation of the books “Prokleta Avlija” (The Damned Yard) and “Dervis i Smrt” (The Dervish and Death). He is a member of various artists’ associations and expert bodies of several cultural institutions and events.
He is the recipient of important Serbian theatre awards. He was the first winner of the Nikola Peca Petrovic Award for the best Yugoslav theatre manager. He won nine awards as director at the Joakim Vujic Theatre Festival. He won nine award for the best directing at the first JoakimInterFest in Kragujevac 2006. He received the Sterija Award for best modern theatre adaptation, dramatisation and directing, Award of the Knjaževsko-srpski teatar, The Ring with figure of Joakim Vujić 2008.
- "Deputy Prime Ministers and Ministers". Srbija.gov.rs. Retrieved 2014-08-03.
- "JoakimInterFest 2006., City of Kragujevac". Joakimvujic.com. 2009-10-14. Retrieved 2014-08-03.
- "Awards of the Knjazevsko-srpski teatar, City of Kragujevac". Joakimvujic.com. Retrieved 2014-08-03.
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