LJUBISHA NIKODINOVSKI-BISH ‘In Macedonia even the air smells of theatre. At the very beginning of the
third millennium AD, on the international stage, Macedonia is again on the front
pages of the world’s media, not because of the word theatre, but because
of the black name for armed action – terror. Maybe terror wants to eliminate
the word theatre from Macedonian soil…’ so said Jordan Plevnes, in March
2001, in the Macedonian message for World Theatre Day.