• Projects 2018
    Projects 2018
    The Beggar's Opera
  • A line supreme
    A line supreme
    Porson’s Khashoggi / Andrea Rama
  • Mikhail Baryshnikov<br>Robert Wilson
    Mikhail Baryshnikov
    Robert Wilson
    Letter to a Man. Based on the diary of Vaslav Nijinsky
  • Peter Brook
    Peter Brook
  • Robert Wilson
    Robert Wilson
    Samuel Beckett, Krapp’s last tape
  • John Malkovich
    John Malkovich
    The Infernal Comedy
  • Gerard Depardieu<br>Fanny Ardant
    Gerard Depardieu
    Fanny Ardant
    Aristophanes, Lysistrata
  • Steven Berkoff
    Steven Berkoff
    Shakespeare’s Villains
  • Kathryn Hunter
    Kathryn Hunter
    Kafka’s Monkey
  • Molora
    adaptation from Aischylos “Oresteia”
  • Tim Robbins
    Tim Robbins
    Actors Gang
    George Orwell, 1984
  • M. Piccoli - N. Parry<br>P. Brook
    M. Piccoli - N. Parry
    P. Brook
    Carol Rocamora, Ta mains dans la mienne
  • Irina Brook
    Irina Brook
    Shakespeare’s En attendant le songe..
  • Daniel Auteuil
    Daniel Auteuil
    Moliere’s The School for Wives
  • Charlotte Rampling
    Charlotte Rampling
    August Strindberg, La danse de Mort
  • Olympia Doukakis
    Olympia Doukakis
    Martin Sherman's Rose
  • Peter Stein
    Peter Stein
    Heinrich Kleist’s Penthesilea
  • Dario Fo
    Dario Fo
    The Mask, The Theatre And I
  • Ravi & Anoushka Shankar
    Ravi & Anoushka Shankar
  • Francis Ford Coppola<br>Dean Tavoularis
    Francis Ford Coppola
    Dean Tavoularis
  • Philip Glass<br>Robert Wilson
    Philip Glass
    Robert Wilson
    Monsters of Grace
  • Barbara Hendricks - Edita Gruperova<br>Royal Covent Garden Orchestra
    Barbara Hendricks - Edita Gruperova
    Royal Covent Garden Orchestra
    Odeon of Herodes Atticus
  • Peter Stein
    Peter Stein
    Medea at Epidaurus Theatre
  • Yo Yo Ma
    Yo Yo Ma


Portraits in Otherness

''.No wonder Akram Khan wanted to develop and show this work. There’s talent rising. high....'''''

Curated by Akram Khan and Company producer Farooq Chaudhry, Portraits in Otherness initiates a new chapter in Akram Khan Company’s history as it seeks to transfer the intangible value of its legacy to a new generation of dance artists.  This innovative platform consists of a series of solo works created by four highly charismatic and distinctive early-career artists: Dickson Mbi, Maya Jilan Dong, Joy Alpuerto Ritter, Riantoand Ching-Ying Chien.

Portraits in Otherness premiered at Sadler’s Wells Theatre in London   

They will appear at the Summer Nostos Festival of the SNFoundation June 27th, 2019 7.30pm 



The Beggar's Opera

« A brilliant tour de force between baroque and modernity »

Written by John Gay in 1728, The Beggar's Opera is widely considered to be the first musical comedy, and one that pre-empted by about 300 years the current vogue for « jukebox » productions, which create a plot to fit around hit songs. Gay took some of the best-known tunes of his day, both classical
and popular, and worked them into a savagely satirical tale set amongst London's thieves, pimps and prostitutes.