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Hamlet Prince of Grief
Leev Theater Group

“With dark, expressive eyes and a rich, versatile voice, Mr. Hashemi is a compelling presence, ably suggesting a man haunted by the agonizing tale he must recount”
The New York Times

“Today, Iran’s theater is an art combined with bravery, experience, novelty and freshness. Just as  society is, these days. Theater is one of the elements of breaking the borders, the differences and paradoxes."
Mohammad Aghebati, director


Junk Ensemble
Dance Theatre Group

‘Perfectly executed… adrenalin pumping and unsettling… marvelous’
Irish Theatre Magazine

‘junk ensemble have guts and ingenuity’
The Irish Times

Committed to creating works of brave and imaginative dance theatre and listed as a Sunday Times Highlight in 2011, multi-award winning junk ensemble continue to tour internationally.


CSC of New York presents:
Chechov’s Cherry Orchard

With John Turturo, Diane Weist
Directed by Andrei Belgrader

“HEARTBREAKINGLY FUNNY...Ms. Wiest gives her finest stage performance in years. Mr. Turturro uses his radioactive intensity to appropriately disruptive effect. Juliet Rylance and Katherine Waterston are especially affecting. This production is positively poetic. More than any version I have seen, it illuminates THE CHERRY ORCHARD. If you are lucky you will see a production like this one.”
The New York Times


Riverside Studios and Theatre Lab present
freely adapted from Aristophane’s play

A hilarious, naughty musical adaptation of Aristophanes' comedy set
against the backdrop of the European crisis.

supported by Arts Council England


Young Vic presents:
Chechov’s Three Sisters

Young Vic presents a new version by visionary director Benedict Andrews, lauded in Berlin and Sydney for his “Big and Small” with Cate Blanchette, returns to the Young Vic after his triumphant The Return of Ulysses in 2011.
Renowned German designer Johannes Schütz makes his Young Vic debut.


Steven Berkoff presents his play:

Oedipus was originally produced by Nottingham Playhouse and Liverpool Playhouse and subsequently presented at the Edinburgh Festival 2011.”

In this acclaimed new version of one of the world’s most enduring and greatest plays, writer and director Steven Berkoff has created ‘The bravest, most exciting and moving Greek tragedy in years’
Sunday Times.

“Berkoff’s expressionistic style, and Cockney idiom, operate like a Greek mask, conveying the unbearable with stylised ghastliness”.
The Independent


Attiki Cultural Society co-produced:

“A Magic Flute” by Peter Brook

The title is important. This is “A Magic Flute” not “The Magic Flute”; a free adaptation of Mozart and Shikaneder by Peter Brook, the composer Franck Krawczyk and author Marie-Hélène Estienne.

Attiki Cultural Society, Athens, is co-producing along with C.I.C.T. / Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord ; Festival d’Automne, Paris ; Musikfest, Bremen ; Théâtre de Caen ; MC2, Grenoble ; barbicanbite11, London ; Grand Théâtre de Luxembourg ; Piccolo Teatro di Milano – Teatro d’Europa ; Lincoln Center Festival, New York.

the critics said:

“Brook’s magic dust, lights up a classic!”
Independent, UK

“Le résultat est d’une poésie si intense par moments qu’elle coupe le souffle, d’une drôlerie si exacte qu’elle rend hilare, d’une écriture si juste qu’elle est la quintessence même du théâtre de Mozart. Chapeau bas monsieur Brook. Vivez longtemps, vivez loin !”
Le Monde