The Serbian National Theatre
From the first days, the Serbian National Theatre actors were also the cultural missionaries that made an impact to the cultural identity and conscience of the nation. In the theater, which was, in the early years of its existence was most often on tours, has grown into a group of great actors: Dimitrije Ruzic, Dear Spasic, Laza Telecki, Misa Dimitrijevic, Ilija Stanojevic, Dimitrije Spasic, Jefta Dušanović and, among them an extraordinary man, a wizard who could accomplish everything on the scene, the greatest artist of the Serb theater - Pera Dobrinović. In 1981, when the new building of the SNP was built, Pera Dobrinović statue was erected (sculptor Milanko Mandic). It was the first monument to an actor in the former Yugoslavia.
• After visiting Belgrade in 1868, Prince Mihajlo, thrilled with the actors from Novi Sad, calls Jovan Djordjevic to establish a permanent theater in Serbia. Accepting the invitation as a challenge and an honor, administration took half of the ensemble and brought them along, and seven years after the Serbian National Theatre in the National Theatre in Belgrade was founded. In the post-war period, Serbian National Theatre held its glory.
• Today, the Serbian National Theatre Drama Ensemble is a group of exceptional actors who performed the world's greatest parts of classical and modern, foreign and domestic authors.
He started his high school education in Subotica, and ended up in Budapest. In Budapest, he also finished law school. He was a prominent member of the United Serbian Youth, and president of the Youth Assembly in Zrenjanin, Kikinda and Novi Sad from 1868 to 1870. In addition entrusted with the youth and edit newsletters Young Serbs. When the Hungarian government for Vršački Assembly in 1871 ordered that the members of Youth may be just the Hungarian Serbs, then Hadzic tried in vain to convince the authorities of the various applications that such a society can not be so limited. He had a special contribution to the development of Serbian theater, especially the Serbian National Theatre (SNT) in Novi Sad. Together with Jovan Subotic prevented the collapse of the theater after the departure Jovan Djordjevic 1868 in Belgrade. He became manager of the Serbian National Theatre. He has developed an artistic game in carcasses, while the spectators waking patriotism and love for the theater. There was revealed about 50 original and translated dramatic works from the repertoire of the SNT. The volumes of 185 Serbian Chronicles is given a good overview of his literary work. Under his direction the SNT in Novi Sad is elevated to a height at which it could have performed the most complex and dramatic works.