LEADING NEWS SOURCE FOR TURKEY AND THE REGION

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

Romeo and Juliet to come to Istanbul

Romeo and Juliet to come to Istanbul

One of the most well-known love stories of all time, “Romeo and Juliet” will be on stage in Istanbul between Feb. 21 and March 1, 2015.

Comment(s) 11/7/2014

Playwrights censoring their plays, prominent Turkish actor says

Playwrights censoring their plays, prominent Turkish actor says

Theater legend Genco Erkal tells Hürriyet that many playwrights censor their plays to receive support from local municipalities.

Comment(s) 11/19/2014

Puppet Festival starts in Istanbul

Puppet Festival starts in Istanbul

This year, the festival will pay homage to Karagöz puppeteer Tacettin Diker, who died this past March. Diker gave countless performances of Karagöz shadow theater in Turkey and abroad

Comment(s) 10/16/2014

Egyptian artist takes stage at ‘Carmen’ opera

Egyptian artist takes stage at ‘Carmen’ opera

Egyptian artist Gala el-Hadidi has taken the leading role in the Ankara State Opera and Ballet’s (ADOB) presentation of the blockbuster opera “Carmen.”

Comment(s) 11/19/2014

Ankara opens new opera ballet season

Ankara opens new opera ballet season

The new art season has opened at the Ankara State Opera and Ballet. Director Mustafa Erdoğan speaks about the new season and the troubles experienced by dancers

Comment(s) 10/16/2014

Istanbul City Theater celebrates its centennial at a gala event

Istanbul City Theater celebrates its centennial at a gala event

Founded under the name ‘Darülbedayi’ in 1914, the Istanbul City Theater celebrates its 100th anniversary. A gala event was held for the celebration

Comment(s) 11/18/2014

‘I want to sleep with you’ line in Goethe play deemed too naughty for Turkish Culture Ministry

‘I want to sleep with you’ line in Goethe play deemed too naughty for Turkish Culture Ministry

The premiere of a play based on the life of the German poet Goethe has been canceled over controversy prompted by an attempt to remove lines deemed 'foul and erotic'

Comment(s) 10/15/2014

1 2 3 4 ...45 

MOST POPULAR

MOST COMMENTED

 

AcerPro S.I.P.A HTML & CSS Agency