The National Theatre of Northern Greece inaugurates the theatre stage “Open Borders”
wishing to support and highlight the special character of artistic creation in the Balkan area as well as an uninterrupted and substantial communication between the theatres of the neighbor countries of Southeastern Europe.
Three major productions –two performances of ancient drama plays and one of a molierian comedy- presented by the National Theatres of Albania, Serbia and Bulgaria will be hosted by the NTNG at the Theatre of the Society for Macedonian Studies, in the framework of the Dimitria Festival.
The the theatre stage “Open Borders” is a platform where theatres and theatergoers can meet, exchange views, create a basis of possible collaborations and open up to new perspectives of artistic creation in the neuralgic area of the Balkans; an area with a long and potent tradition in theatre and the arts. This meeting point of different cultures, brought together through a common historical and social-political background, can build a strong bridge towards a modern collective identity in the theatrical landscape.
Artistic Director of the NTNG
National Theatre of Belgrade - Serbia, Dimitria, Theatre Stage "Open Borders"
Staffan Valdemar Holm (Director)
Vassiliko Theatre (13/10/2010)
Programmes (2), Posters (2), Press Releases (6), Photos (2 album), Press Releases (1)
Dimitria, Theatre Stage "Open Borders", National Theatre “Ivan Vazov” – Sofia
Alexander Morfov (Director)
Vassiliko Theatre (06/10/2010)
Programmes (2), Press Releases (8), Photos (3 album), Press Releases (1)
Dimitria, Theatre Stage "Open Borders", National Theatre of Tirana – Albania
Adonis Filipi (Director)
Theatre of the Society for Macedonian Studies (29/09/2010)
Programmes (3), Press Releases (5), Photos (3 album), Press Releases (1)