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Changes to state support for private theaters trigger angry debate

Changes to state support for private theaters trigger angry debate

The Culture and Tourism Ministry’s new move has been interpreted as 'an effort to punish dissenting theaters that expressed support for the Gezi protests'

Comment(s) 12/12/2014

Cat Power on Istanbul stage

Cat Power on Istanbul stage

Indie rock musician Chan Marshall, better known as her stage name “Cat Power,” will perform in Istanbul on Nov. 22 and 23.

Comment(s) 11/22/2014

Syria refugee women tell their story through 'Antigone'

Syria refugee women tell their story through 'Antigone'

A group of Syrian refugee women took to the Beirut stage this week to tell their stories of war and flight through a new version of the ancient Greek tragedy 'Antigone'

Comment(s) 12/11/2014

Madagascar animation movie live in flesh on Turkish theater stage

The live theatrical show 'Madagascar Live' will be in Turkey for the first time as part of its world tour from Jan. 23 to 25 at the Merinos Atatürk Culture Center in the northwestern province of Bursa

Comment(s) 12/25/2014

City Theaters’ costumes awaiting new museum

City Theaters’ costumes awaiting new museum

The Istanbul Municipality’s City Theaters are celebrating their 100th anniversary this year. Works are ongoing for the construction of a museum to display the many costumes and accessories that have been used in plays over those storied 100 years

Comment(s) 12/11/2014

‘Kafka’ to visit three  Turkish  provinces

‘Kafka’ to visit three Turkish provinces

Adapted from Kafka’s “Letter to His Father,” the play “Kafka and Son” is set to be performed in Turkey for the first time.

Comment(s) 11/20/2014

St Petersburg Ballet to come to Istanbul

St Petersburg Ballet to come to Istanbul

The Saint Petersburg Ballet will be on the Istanbul stage on Dec. 19, 20 and 21 with ‘Swan Lake’ and ‘La Bayadere’

Comment(s) 12/8/2014

Ballet school speaks to Iraq’s resilience

Ballet school speaks to Iraq’s resilience

Despite local hardships, the Baghdad School of Music and Ballet continues to survive, training its students in the art of song and dance

Comment(s) 11/20/2014

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