Theater

“She wanted to die and go to Paris”: A play about language and memory

Joachim Latarjet is a Greek-French author, composer, director and musician. In his latest work entitled Elle voulait mourir et aller à Paris (She wanted to die...

“Pessoa” at the Michael Cacoyannis Foundation

Thanassis Akokalidis' "Pessoa", presented until April 29th at the Michael Cacoyannis Foundation, is a play about adulthood and the coming-of-age. Through a rich mosaic...

International Theater Day: ERT2 marathon held to benefit the Actor’s House

As in every year, the international theater community honors World Theater Day, which is celebrated on March 27th and is marked by a new...

Launch of pre-sale for the Athens and Epidaurus Festival 2018

Online advance sales for performances in the 2018 Athens and Epidaurus Festival begins on Monday, March 19, at 11 am, as the famed Greek...

“Jazz for kids: The story of a rhythm” a play for kids

Cultural Park presents the new theatrical musical show for children titled Jazz for kids: the story of a rhythm at the Alkioni Theater every...

Rimini Protokoll invites the audience on a theatrical journey aboard a freight truck

Germany-based collective Rimini Protokoll is known for its unconventional ways of creating original and thought-provoking theatre experiences. Their new wave of documentary theater is...

“ROB” at the Onassis Foundation stage

Are you ready for a production that is also an unorthodox ceremony about violence, stereotypes, memory, identity, rationality and irrationality? Author and award-winning screenwriter Efthimis...

British playwright Eve Leigh presents “Surfacing” at the National Greek theater’s experimental stage

Eve Leigh, a British playwright and theater director brings her new play Surfacing at the National Theater's Experimental Stage (-1) on December 9. Leigh visited the...

Performances for children at the Theocharakis Foundation

The Theocharakis Foundation’s schedule includes two performances for children of ages 6 and up, intended to acquaint them with the history of music through...

A call for remembrance by “The students of Umberto Primo”

The discovery of a box of documents, dated to 1945, and written by Jewish students at the Thessaloniki Umberto Primo Italian School, has led...