ANDRIJA DANICIC - Head of Theatrical Department
(actor, musician, producer)
Born in 1987. He graduated in acting at the Academy of Arts in Banja Luka (2010) in the class of prof. dr Vladimir Jevtovic, and completed his master's degree in acting in Belgrade in the class of prof. Dragan Petrovic at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts, 2013. He started his professional career with the TV series 'That Hot Summer' (2008), and then with his engagement at the Children's Theater of Republika Srpska in Banja Luka and international projects in Berlin (Bitef festival, 2012) and Sweden (Malmo Opera, 2010).
Significant roles in the plays "And horses get killed, don't they", "Milankovic", "Rebecca" and "Les Miserables" of the Madlenianum Theater in Belgrade, "How long ?!" Atelier 212 (2009-2013); in the film and series "Professor Kosta Vujic's Hat", he plays Jakov Jaša Prodanovic; in the film and series "Santa Maria della Salute" he plays Milan Grol, director of the National Theater in Belgrade.
He started the independent production "Kako vam drago" in 2013, and the first play "Meet my dad", by British writer Alan Ackbourne, directed by Stasa Koprivica, was performed in March 2015 in cooperation with the Belgrade Youth Center, The Secretariat for Culture of the City of Belgrade and the Association of Dramatic Artists of Serbia, of which he has been a member since 2010. The greatest acting and production achievement so far is the musical "Love and Fashion" (2017), after which he embarks on new independent projects "Only Three Nights" (2019) and "Jesus Christ Superstar" (2020).
Since January 2021, he has been working as Head of Theatrical Departmentof at the Students' City Cultural center in New Belgrade.