With the support of the Serbian National Theatre, a few years ago the Forum for New Dance was founded (p. 56-57) as a small institution fostering and developing contemporary dance in Novi Sad through workshops of foreign dancers and choreographers. The Forum has already advanced its efforts, strengthening to a large extent the new theatre movement which is of great importance to our professional theatre and dance artists. Two new productions testify to that Fragments (Fragmenti) by choreographers Olivera Kovačević-Crnjanski and Saša Asentić, and Inner and Outer Circles by Dutch choreographer Jens van Dal. Two radically different creations revealed the results of longstanding research of movement in certain concepts. Fragments represents the new conceptual field of research of improvised movement cleverly playing with mysterious and transparent symbols originating in their essence and idea. This creation is on the verge of being a work in progress, which is why the reviewer deemed it incomplete. Inner and Outer Circles literally ambushed the audience with its roughness, aggressiveness and the speed of performance completely embraced by the dancers. Forty minutes of daredevilry, dangerous duets and group patterns, jumps, skillful falls and brilliant slow balances set the energy blazing not only on the stage but in the audience as well, who watched the entire show breathlessly. The excellent production and well-rounded choreography by the guest from the Netherlands brought out great quality and unbelievable improvement in the performance of our professional dancers. The author of the text called for this production to be performed as often as possible, for it deserves to be seen by the largest possible audience.