Goran Milev made his acting debut on the stage at age 16, playing the lead role in the acclaimed stage play Grimm's Fairy Tales at the Puppet Theatre of Nis in Yugoslavia.

Acting & Directing

Goran Milev was a member of the Moving Stories Theatre in Chicago, (2009 -2012), Belgrade Drama Theatre, (1997 -2006), and National Theatre in Nis, Yugoslavia (1993-1997). He has also worked with Slavija Theatre, Atelje 212 Belgrade, and Puppet Theatre of Nis in Yugoslavia.

Goran Milev made his Chicago debut in 2005 in “The Two Headed Pin” (Anatol Liberstein). More than just a mono-drama, it’s a one-actor theater phenomenon. Within one whirlwind hour, actor Goran Milev will explore its five intensely different characters, and mesmerizes with two duet scenes. Through stories, recollections and demons which visit Maestro Anatol Liberstein, Milev vividly takes us through an entire epoch . It is a story about love, betrayal, hard-to-come-by documents and dilemmas during Nazi Europe. Actor Goran Milev, accomplishes the greatest theatrical challenge: faithfully portrays the role of Maestro Liberstein, while breathing individuality into all of his characters which are evoked from the conductors memories.

Other recent acting credits include "Vila Sachino" (General Sreckovic) by Goran Marković, directed by Milan Karadzić; "24 Zida" (Georgije) by Igor Marojević, directed by Žanko Tomić; "One Never Knows " (Boone) by Bernard Shaw, directed by Miroslav Belović; "All My Sons" (Frankie) by Arthur Miller, directed by Miroslav Jovanović; "The Return of Don Juan" (Don Juan) by Aleksandar Obrenović, directed by Kokan Mladenović; "The Seducer" (painter Darko Raspopović) written and directed by Miladin Sevarlić; "Prometheus Bound" (Prometheus) by Aeschylus and "Antigone" (Creon) by Sophocles, both directed by Marislav Radisavljević; "Fool for Love" (Eddie) by Sam Shepard, directed by Kokan Mladenović; "The Sea Gull" (Treplieff) by Anton Pavlovich Chekhov, directed by Branko Stavrev; "Koštana" (Stojan), directed by Zaga Micunović; "Zora na Istoku" (Djura), directed by Arsa Milosević... having also appeared in over 50 theatrical productions throughout US, Europe, Yugoslavia, and Serbia.

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