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by Marina Milivojević Madjarev 

Since its origin over 50 years ago, the journal Scena has been published by the esteemed theatre institution of Sterijino Pozorje. The first edition of the Yugoslav Theatre Festival of Sterijino Pozorje took place in 1956 in Novi Sad. The idea was to host the most significant theatre festival in Yugoslavia in the very city from which the first theatre companies started their journeys towards Zagreb and Belgrade. The journal was founded as a means to continually address current theatre matters, to present new local and global ideas within theatre studies, and to publish at least one new local play per issue.

In the desire to actively contribute to the development of local theatre life, Scena has more than once published entire issues that were thematically dedicated to puppetry, theatre for children and young people, theatre schools, as well as the phenomenon of the child in theatre. In 2014, the editorial staff of the journal decided that subjects related to theatre and education needed to be represented in every single issue, bearing in mind the significance of theatre education for young people.

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