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Diachrono Theatre

(Indicative preceding action - in chronological order)

Α. Productions  in  Greece

  1. BLOOD  WEDDING  by  Federico  Garcia  Lorca.
  2. THE  MERCHANT  OF  VENICE  by  William  Shakespeare.
  3. ARMS ΑΝD THE  MAN  by  George  Bernard  Shaw.
  4. THE  DIFFERENT  SHADE  OF  THE  RAINBOW  by  John  Shaouter.
  5. PHAEDRA  by  Jean  Racine  (Herod  Atticus  Odeon,  presented  under the  auspice  of  the  United  Nations  High  Commissioner  for  Refugees).
  6. THEOFANO,  a  tragedy  by  Angelos  Terzakis  set  in  Byzantium,  multiple  performances  in  selected  Middle  Age  fortresses  in  Greece,  sponsored  by  the  Greek  Ministry  of  Culture.
  7. LYSISTRATA  by  Aristophanes,  with  a  Greek - Albanian  casting;  the  first  bilingual  production  in  Greece.
  8. DONA ROSITA by F. G. Lorca.
  9. MISS JULIE by August Strindberg.
  10. THE LADIES’ BATTLE by Eugene Scribe.
  11. TROJAN Women by Euripides.
  12. EPITREPONTES (Men at Arbitration) by Menander.

B. Productions  Abroad

  1. THE  DIFFERENT  SHADE  OF  THE  RAINBOW  by  John  Shaouter,  Art  Theatre,  London
  2. PHAEDRA  by  Jean  Racine,  National  Theatre of Abu  Dhabi,  United  Arab  Emirates

C. International  Festivals

  1. PHAEDRA  by  Jean  Racine,  Izmir  International  Festival,  Ephesus  Ancient  Theatre, Turkey
  2. PHAEDRA  by  Jean  Racine,  Tirgu  Mures  International  Festival,  Romania
  3. LYSISTRATA  by  Aristophanes,  Butrint  International  Festival,  Albania

D. Workshop

  1. 2010 – 11 Chekhov The Seagull, Leandros Polenakis My Name is Alexandra!
  2. 2011 – 12 Ibsen Ghosts, Lady from the Sea, Yanni Papazoglou Broken Doll
  3. 2012 – 13 Strindberg The Stronger, Miss Julie, Henry James The Heiress, Yorgos Vassiliadis Inside You, S. Parharidis – E. Papadopoulos Grandpa Aesop
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  5. 2013 – 14 Al. Dumas fils The lady of the camellias, Strindberg The Creditors, L. Tsipis Madness is boundless, S. Parharidis – E. Papadopoulos Grandpa Aesop
  6. 2014 -15 Oscar Wilde An Ideal Husband, Antonis Simitzis Mom, he is Married..., Maria Symeon The Hare and the Turtle