|The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum|
|The Fisherman and His Soul|
|When I Hear the Word Actor I Reach for My Wallet|
|Diva saint mother bitch|
|Scandal in the Valley of St Florian|
|Nijinsky's Last Dance|
|Damned be the Traitor of his Homeland!|
|A Chrysanthemum on the Piano|
|Eda – the Rusjan Brothers Story|
|Crime and Punishment|
|Totally Over You|
|Love to Death|
|In his original project with the title Damned be the traitor of his homeland! Oliver Frljić radically approaches love and hatred towards theatre, surrendering both the actors as well as the viewers to the intertwinement of madness and pain.
The actors produce a scathing, disturbing, sometimes even shocking performance. They use wartime and political traumas to ask universal questions: about the boundaries of artistic and social freedom, individual and collective responsibility, tolerance and stereotypes.
The theatrical framework of this laboratory is provided by stories from the break-up of the former Yugoslavia; the title comes from the last verse of the national anthem of this now defunct country.