THE BABY MONITOR Joins Lineup of Belgrade Pride Theater Festival
Following successful productions in Dublin and New York City, the Heartefact Fund and Different Translation, are pleased to announce The Baby Monitor, a crucial play exploring same-sex parenting and family values, will be presented in Belgrade, Serbia, as part of the inaugural Belgrade Pride Theater Festival.
The Baby Monitor by award-winning husband-and-husband team playwright David Stallings and director Antonio Miniño, will play one performance on Sat, September 14th at 8:00pm at the Rasa Plaovic Stage at The National Theatre in Belgrade (Francuska 3, Beograd 11000, Serbia).
When Claire's concerns over the welfare of her two-year-old cousin are dangerously validated, she begins to question the family's principles and ability to parent. A crucial new play exploring same-sex parenting and family values in today's America.
A finalist for the 2014 National New Play Network, The Baby Monitor was presented as part of the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival in Ireland, where it received four IDGTF Gala Award nominations, including the Doric Wilson Award for Intercultural Dialogue; in New York it received a workshop production at the Theater at the 14th Street Y as part of their season of War & Peace. Developmental readings at New York's Duo Multicultural Arts Center's Pride Week Festival and in Hollywood at The Blank Theatre's Living Room Series. Originally a short play, it received presentations at Planet Connections Theatre Festivity's Playwrights for A Cause and at Original Binding Productions' Naked Theater Festival.
Tickets are €9.00 and are currently available to purchase by visiting
Running Time: 75 Minutes with no intermission.
Presented in English and Spanish with Serbian supertitles.
This show contains partial nudity.
Suitable for ages 16+
For more information visit www.differenttranslation.com