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A view from the bridge by Arthur Miller

On February 15, 2018 one of the most iconic plays of the twentieth century comes to the National Theaterfor the first time, brought to the stage in a perceptive and contemporary production directed by Nikaiti Kontouri.

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Socrates Now

A celebrated theatrical experience with EMMY award winner Yannis Simonides. March 9, at 20:00 at the Pierce Theater – The American College of Greece

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UNDER – hidden voices

"UNDER" is a play that focuses on immigration and the way that societies treat immigrants and refugees that become part of them. The performance sheds light to the conditions – dire in many cases – under which immigrants leave their homes in search of a better future. It depicts their lives as undocumented immigrants, the lack of respect, the indifference and violence in which they live.

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The Greek Play Project

The Greek Play Project is a dynamic promotional platform, a network of collaborations and activities, and an open space for information and exchange of ideas. GPP's aim is to give prominence to the modern Greek dramaturgy, contribute to its promotion and encourage discussion and action around it.

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Socrates Now

The hit international theatrical production based on Plato's "Apology" returns to the courtyard of the beautiful Athens University History Museum building, beneath the Acropolis, a few steps from where the Ancient Greek philosopher was sentenced to death 2,500 years ago.

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Salome

The London based Theatre Lab Company invite you to the first stop of their European tour of "Salome", the forbidden play of Oscar Wilde. Following last season's sold out performances in London, "Salome", directed by Anastasia Revi will visit more European cities for four exclusive engagements (Athens, Prague Fringe Festival, Madrid, Paris).

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Mourning becomes Electra

After the American Civil War, General Ezra Mannon returns to his New England home. But the house of Mannon, with its dark history and unhealthy psychology, hides many open wounds.

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