Maja Mitic (1963) graduate actress.
Working as coreographer, director, dramaturg ,actress and professor.
Since February 2017 the artistic director and selector of the International Nisvil Jazz Theater Festival. http://nisville.com and on FB: Nišville Jazz Theater
Since 2009 visiting professor at Goldsmiths, University of London on MA
1.2018 choreographer of the performance Deadline, Rasputin director Valeri Kirilov in GDP, Belgrade.
2.2017 Choreographer –Zojka’s apartment, Bulgakov., Belgrade BDP
3.2016/7 Movement director , The Merchant of Venice, Shakespeare-Drama Theater Skopje, Macedonia.
4.2015 Movement director at Mourning befits Electra-ART Media and MOB Skopje, MK.
2016 dramaturgy and directing play Alice in the Land of Zmaj
2015 concept ,dramaturgy and permorming in play- Shiver of the Rose
From 1983 to 1991 she worked several theater productions in theaters in Belgrade (Belgrade National Theater, Theater of poetry, Terazije Theater, Children KC etc.)
1985 Main female role in the film Charmer, 1990 Supporting Actress in the movie Escape. She played in the TV series Aleksa Santic and ER.
Funding member of DAH Theater http://www.dahteatarcentar.com/aboutus.html in 1991, as an actress part of the artistic core of these troops friendly.On this theater has made more than 50 roles.Bisides acting and production actively participates as a teacher in workshops, lectures, seminars, festivals, which DAH Theater for years organized at home and abroad it.
2000-01 visiting professor at the University of Iowa in the United States.
Taught at universities: Kal Art, Braun and Chicago Institute of Art, USA.
2011-12 director of the project (project manager) NE-Visible City EU Culture which SERBIA for the first time been implementing partners of EU Kultu
2012-13 artistic director of the project EU IPA empowering young women in monitoring the implementation of the law on gender equality that during his life realized 10 short documentary film and one 50min long.
She has directed three documentaries of DAH Theater.
She publishes articles and essays at various theater magazines in the country and abroad.