Igor Dobricic completed an undergraduate course in Theater, Film, Radio, and Television Dramaturgy at the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade, former Yugoslavia, and attended the Master of Theater at DasArts in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Between 2000 and 2008, he was a program officer for the Arts at the European Cultural Foundation in Amsterdam. From 2005 onward, he is regularly engaged as a teacher of dramaturgy, concept development, and philosophy for students of choreography at the Amsterdam School for New Dance (SNDO). In 2009 and 2010, he was a research fellow at the Amsterdam School of the Arts. During that period, he articulated a long term research project titled “Table Talks” (TT), which is still under development. Through this platform, he has been engaging in a number of performative experiments hosted by festivals and art institutions in Amsterdam, Berlin, Belgrade, Stockholm, Cairo, São Paulo, and Vienna.
As a dramaturge, he works internationally, regularly collaborating with renowned choreographers/makers (Nicole Beutler, Keren Levi, Guillaume Marie, Christina Ciupke, Jenny Beyer, Alma Söderberg, Marble Crowd Collective, Meg Stuart, Arkadi Zaides, among others). He is also active in the role of an advisor and a mentor, and he has ongoing collaborations with the Choreographic Centre Hamburg (K3) the Amsterdam Master of Choreography (DAS Choreography), and the Amsterdam Master of Theater (DAS Theater).