Boro Milošević is an Ontario Based Actor who firmly believes that there is no single “right” way to approach the arts. He discovered his love for acting during the fifth grade when he participated in his school’s French production of the three little pigs. Ever since that faithful day made it his goal to do the thing he loves every day, which is acting. During high school, Boro was part of his school’s production of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth. He has been playing sports for the majority of his life including hockey, lacrosse, water polo, baseball, and basketball (even though he is not the greatest at it). Boro enjoys the moments he has with his friends who tolerate him during the evenings when Boro is most energetic.
In his view, immersing oneself fully in artistic expression necessitates a continuous effort to understand how others perceive and interpret the world and the people around them. Apart from acting, Boro finds great joy in playing musical instruments, particularly the tuba and trumpet.
Boro also likes to experience new cuisines from around the world and believes that the food of a nation also serves as its history and is a way to experience the past without the need for time travel. Boro’s favourite quote is from Kung Fu Panda “Yesterday is history, Tomorrow is a mystery, but Today is a gift. That is why it is called the present.” – Master Oogway.
Boro has recently become part of the Crane Creations Theatre‘s prestigious Summer Ensemble 2023 as an actor. This unique program offers aspiring artists in the Canadian theatre industry unparalleled work experience. The Summer Ensemble specifically recruits talented individuals aged 18 to 30, providing them with intensive, full-time training over several weeks. Participants not only acquire valuable skills but also gain invaluable experience in a fast-paced and dynamic environment.
Boro Milošević is now collaborating with other talented actors, including Celine Daaboul, Marie Barros, Reymark Andres, Sofia Farahani, Kay Vukelic, Nikolai Afanasev and Hope Van Der Merwe who will together be creating an exciting and dynamic collaborative environment. Meet the rest of the Summer Ensemble Team.
What Will Boro Gain In This Arts Job?
Artistic Skills: Explore classical and contemporary text, improvisation, and theatre around the world and their relevance and impact on art jobs and society today.
Orientation in Arts Jobs: Honest insight into professional organizations, structures and systems in place and how to navigate them successfully
Financial Skills: Budgeting and financial literacy delivered in a comprehensible and easy to understand way, tailored for theatre artists’ needs.
Leadership: Debate complex questions and develop ideas and strategies on how to build not only your career but the theatre ecosystem in Canada and Internationally.
Touring in Arts: Discover how artists around the world use international touring as a source of income, and learn how to create shows that can allow you to participate in that market.
Digital Skills: Discover how blog/content writing can earn you additional income, and promote your work, while mastering WordPress, one of the most desired skills in today’s job market.
Boro Milošević learned the basic fundamentals of acting in his high school where he attended the Etobicoke School of the Arts and majored in Drama. Now Boro has gained more speciality training and a new love and understanding of the art studying at Toronto Metropolitan University. majoring in Performance: Acting
This is Boro Milošević’s first acting paid acting job but has worked as a basketball camp counsellor and as a sales representative at Winners. Boro has gained the majority of his acting experience in high school plays and university volunteer opportunities that were presented to him spanning from fully fledge productions to staged readings.
About Boro. An Interview with Boro.
Where Are You From Originally? What is your favourite thing about your home town?
I grew up in Mississauga in a building near central parkway the majority of my childhood was spent outside, in a park, with random kids I have never met before. My favourite thing about my hometown is the Mississauga Valley community center it is where I have a lot of my fondest memories starting with playing in the little splash that they had in the back then moving on to middle school during lunch grabbing myself some fries every time my mother spared me some change.
Mississauga is home to the barbeque me and my family had at the grills in the back where we would sit, eat, and until the sunset. Most importantly it is home to the majority of my childhood.
Do You Have A Favourite Book?
My Favourite book is Death of a Salesman. I first read it in the eighth grade and ever since then, it has stuck with me. The reason why I consider it my favourite is because of the way Arthur Miller truly captured the slow downward spiral of a man who was once considered one of the greats in his field and as the book progresses the book shows how the world and the people around tell him it is time to move on.
What is a New Skill You Have Always Wanted to Learn?
If You Could Travel Anywhere in the World Where Would You Travel?
What is One Fun Fact About Yourself?
Why is Theatre Important?
Watching theatre allows the audience to connect fully with the actors. On stage you see everything and depending on what you see and pick up it can change the value of words and actions. It allows for for more room to interpret and discuss with others
What is one project you worked on that you are proud of?
The most rewarding theatre project I was a part of was a production of Macbeth which I did in the twelfth grade. participating in this project was rewarding because it was the first time I had a speaking role in a major school play and it was the first time I was complimented on my work. This project solidified my mindset of becoming an actor