1. A Magic Flute
    Directed by: Peter Brook
    Co produced by Attiki Cultural Society and presented in Megaron in 2-5 November 2011
  2. Samuel Beckett ,Krapp’s last tape
    Directed by: Robert Wilson
    Presented by Attiki Cultural Society
    8, 9, 10 May 2010
  3. Shakespeare’s Villains
    Directed by: Steven Berkoff
    Presented by Attiki Cultural Society
    18, 19, 20 May 20109
  4. Michael Sturminger, The Infernal Comedy
    with : John Malkovich
    Presented by Attiki Cultural Society
    25, 26 May 2010
  5. Moliere’s ,“The School for Wives”
    with the famous French actor: Daniel Auteuil
    Directed by: Jean – Pierre Vincent
    Presented by Attiki Cultural Society in collaboration with the
    Elliniki Theamaton in the frame of Theatre Beyond Boundarie, 11-12 February 2009
  6. Fyodor Dostoyevsky “Le Grand Inquisiteur”
    Patrice Chérreau,
    Athens Opera House, 3-4 March, 2008
  7. “Warum-Warum”
    written and directed Peter Brook
    with Miriam Goldberg
    Theatre Horn, 19-20 May, 2008
  8. “Molora”
    adapted and directed Yale Farber from Aischylos “Oresteia”
    with: Dorothy Ann Gould, Jabulile Tshabalala, Sandile Matsheni
    and the Ngqoko Cultural Group: Nofenishala Mvotyo Nogcinile Yekani Nopasile Mvotyo Nokhaya Mvotyo Nosomething Ntese Tandiwe Lungisa Tsolwana B Mpayipheli
    Theatre Horn, 28-29-30 May, 2008
  9. August Strindberg "La danse de Mort"
    Directed by Hans Pter Cloos
    Charlotte Rampling, Bernard Verley, Didier Sandre,
    12-13 May 2007
  10. Fyodor Dostoyevsky “The Great Inquisitor”
    directed by Peter Brook, Bruce Meyers
    Theatre Horn 16-17-18 May, 2007
  11. William Shakespeare  Richard III , an Arab tragedy
    Adopted and directed by Suleyman Al Bassam
    RSC Complete  Works production, 21-22 May 2007
  12. "In the blink of the eye" Gellaladin Rumi"
    World premiere
    Robert Wilson- Kudsi Erguner,
    28-29-30-31 May 2007
  13. Aristophanes, Lysistrata
    Work in Progress
    Concept Zan Paul Scarpitta
    Gerard Depardieu- Fanny Ardant,
    4-5 June 2007
    Production of Theatre de la Madeleine, Paris
  14. George Orwel “1984”
    The Actors’ Gang of Los Angeles
    directed by Tim Robbins, May-June 2006
  15. Herve Guibert “Le Mausolée des amants”
    Patrice Chereau-Philippe Calvario,
    May-June 2006
  16. Martin Sherman “Rose”
    Olympia Dukakis
    Directed by Nancy Meckler, May-June 2006
  17. Faust Fantasia” based on Goethe’s Faust,
    Concert for piano and reciting voice
    Peter Stein (World Premiere),
    May-June 2006
  18. Fugart-Kani-Ntshona “Sizwe Banzi est Mort”
    directed by Peter Brook
    Habib Dembele  Pitcho Womba Konga, May-June 2006
  19. Ta mains dans la mienne / Carol Rocamora
    Michel Piccoli-Natasha Parry
    Director Peter Brook
    Ilissia Theatre Athens, 11-20 May 2005
  20. “Les carnets du sous sol” Fyodor Dostoyevsky
    Patrice Chéreau
    Ilissia Theater, Athens, 11-20 May 2005
  21. “Democracy Talks”
    Peter Greenaway and Steven Berkoff presented their views on Democracy

    In collaboration with the British Council
    Benaki Museum, Athens, May 2005
  22. Dario Fo , “Masks in the Theater World”
    Franka Rame "Medea" June 30th 2005
    Herodes Atticus Odeon, June 30th 2005
  23. “Tierno Bokar” new production of Bouffes du Nord
    directed by Peter Brook
    Theater Petra, Petroupolis Athens, 2,3,4 July 2005
  24. “Medea” Euripides
    directed by Peter Stein

    Ancient theatre of Epidaurus, 26-27 August 2005
  25. Gerard Depardieu in "St. Augustin's Confessions"
    Art Carnuntum Festival, Austria July 2004
  26. Theatre Zingaro, “Triptyk”
    Concept, choreography and direction: Bartabas
    Music: Igor Stravinsky, Pierre Boulez
    Presented by Attiki Cultural Society in collaboration with the
    Olympic Committee of Athens 2004
  27. “Penthesilea” Heinrich von Kleist
    Director: Peter Stein
    A commission of Attiki Cultural Society to Peter Stein for the Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus,
    Premiere June 2002.
    The production was co produced and presented in the ancient theatres of Syracuse (Italy), Merida (Spain) and Carnuntum (Austria)