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Orlando
Yet another company from Athens comes knocking at Thessaloniki’s doors, again with a classical text from 20th century literature. Virginia Woolf’s Orlando takes the Small Theatre Moni Lazariston by storm with Amalia Kavali’s breathless show of histrionic prowess that echoes in a vaudeville-like direction which leaves no space for...
Prometheus Bound

Prometheus Bound

The last appointment with the 1st Meeting of Young Artists of Southeast Europe Ancient Drama and Politics, Tracing Limits and Possibilities indulges on a change of course, presenting A4M’s latest production, Prometheus Bound, a performance/installation with a body, a voice and two sounds. The audience is asked to step...
Troas

Troas – Τρωας

The second appointment of the 1st Meeting of Young Artists of Southeast Europe “Ancient Drama and Politics”, Tracing Limits and Possibilities, welcomed on the scene of the ΕΜΣ Theatre a truly South-eastern production by Teatr Andra under the direction of Alexandra Kazazou, who took the recent yet renowned piece...
20170913 Oidipodas2
In the context of the 1st Meeting of Young Artists of Southeast Europe Ancient Drama and Politics, Tracing Limits and Possibilities, director Giorgos Kolovos gives a contemporary spin to Sopochles’ Oedipus Tyrannus, building a bridge between Thebes’ governance and today’s heads of state, asking out loud: «Does the contemporary...

Grace Zone

The 3rd Forest Festival of the National Theatre of Northern Greece hosts for two days only a dance performance focused on existence and its ghastly enemy: us. With strength and determination, the fourteen dancers led by Katerina Antoniadou lead the audience through several earthly circle trying to describe an...
Athens-based Theatre of the New World boldly takes in its hands a politically charged text where two souls circumnavigate the same, dead island, looking for a speck of humanity in a paperwork ocean where dues are more important than “who”. Lampedusa, by Anders Lustgarten, washes up on Greek shores,...
Since 2017 will be the “Year of Nikos Kazantzakis”, the National Theatre of Northern Greece decided to pay its personal homage to the giant of Greek literature with a theatrical version of Salvatores dei (aka Ascesis: The Saviours of God) directed by Andreas Koutsourelis, thus hosting a harmless and...

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