Novi Sad Theatre
The building of the theatre in August 2011
|Address||Jovana Subotića St. 3-5|
|Location||Novi Sad, Serbia|
|Opened||27 January 1974|
|Location within neighborhood|
The Novi Sad Theatre (Serbian: Новосадско позориште, translit. Novosadsko pozorište; Hungarian: Újvidéki Színház) is a small Hungarian language theatre in Serbia. It is located in the Rotkvarija neighborhood, near city centre on Jovana Subotića street 3-5, in Novi Sad, the capital of the Serbian province Vojvodina.
The theatre was established in 1974, and its first play was Örkény István's Macskajáték, which was held on 27 January 1974. Before that time, there was only one Hungarian language theatre in Vojvodina and it was located in Subotica.
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