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A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams in Athens

A Streetcar Named Desire Athens by Tennessee Williams, comes to the Municipal Theater of Piraeus, translated by Antonis Galeou, directed by Michael Marmarinos, Eva Nathena's set-costumes and Angelos Triantafyllou's music (Premiere Friday 2 February).

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The Ensemble du Bout du Monde makes their debut tour in Greece

The Ensemble du Bout du Monde will be in Athens from November 20 to November 26 for a series of performances in six different venues. Their Greek tour will start with a radio interview and performance with Radiobubble in Athens and the world premiere of Nicolas Tzortzis' new work, Lumineux//ΦΩΤΕΙΝΟ.

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Pilobolus, one of New York's most famous contemporary dance ensembles, presents the innovative Shadowland show at the Athens Concert Hall, December 13 to 17.

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Woman watches herself being looked at

Stathis Athanasiou | Visual Artist, Stavros Gasparatos | Composer and Serafita Grigoriadou | Performer, create a performance and an interactive audio-visual installation for the gaze, its subjectivity, its positioning and its relation and interaction between the observer and the observed.

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Dimitris Papaioannou - A new creation

Dimitris Papaioannou’s new project is under construction. Involving 11 performers on stage, the work takes shape around the notion that human life can be seen as a journey of discovery, an exploration for hidden treasure, an inner archaeological excavation for meaning.

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In STAGED, she puts four of New York’s finest dancers on stage in a work which readdresses the thematic axes that have long underpinned her work:

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Adam Cohen: We Go Home

He is enthralled to be performing once again in a land so dear to him, this time with the City of Athens Symphony Orchestra at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus.

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Socrates Now

Take a seat in the court of ancient Athens as Socrates goes on trial for his life. Hear the philosopher face his accusers with his trademark wit, cutting logic, and the courage of his ideals.

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Wisteria Maiden by Andonis Foniadakis

International Greek choreographer Andonis Foniadakis is visiting the Thessaloniki Concert Hall for the first time with his new choreography "Wisteria Maiden". The project, a production of visionary culture, will premiere at the Thessaloniki Concert Hall on Wednesday, April 29, 2015, following performances in Athens (22, 23, 24 & April 25).

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Women Changing Greece - Episode 1: Be Bold in Social Entrepreneurship
Greeks Gone West: Meet the young surfer from Vouliagmeni
U.S. Ambassador Pyatt's interview with ERT

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