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Alexander Iolas Villa Open to the Public

The old iron gate of Alexander Iolas’ villa will open for the public, 27 years after the death of the eccentric cosmopolitan art collector and gallerist. The reason behind the reopening is a show called "Alexandros Iolas" by Christophoros Antoniadis,...

Odeon of Herodes Atticus Voted Second Best Theater in the World

Odeon of Herodes Atticus in Athens Greece was placed second in the world’s top live performance theaters. The list was published by the prestigious Canadian newspaper “Globe and Mail” and it was entitled “Top venues for live theatre." This is...

Greek-Australian Actor Steve Mouzakis Wins Top Award

The renowned Greek-Australian actor Steve Mouzakis won Best Male Actor at the Green Room Awards for his performance as Lophakhin in the Melbourne Theatre Company’s production of “The Cherry Orchard” by Anton Chekhov. The Green Room awards have been organized...

Alexis Georgoulis' New Play “Since the First Time”

Renowned Greek actor, writer, and director Alexis Georgoulis, is directing and starring in the new romantic comedy “Since the First Time,” at the theatre “Roes” in Athens, Greece. The play is about two people, Philipos Petropoulos (Alexis Georgoulis) and Nadia Gerasimidou...

Ancient Theater of Sparta to be Restored

An important but neglected ancient theater is being restored and given to the public thanks to a partnership between private and governmental services.. With the help of the association DIAZOMA and a sponsorship by Niarchos Foundation, the study for the...

What Is It Like to Be Greek?

Over the last few years, so many controversial things have been heard of poverty-stricken Greece since the economic crisis broke out. Rise in the unemployment rate, in social inequalities as the rich got somehow richer and the poor poorer....

Steve Jobs Play Featuring Greek-American Actor Extends Its Run

"The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs,” a play about the late Apple CEO currently being performed in Los Angeles, has extended its run to June 5, past its original April 10 closing date. The play, which stars Greek-American...

Award Winning Play About Maria Callas Heads to Los Angeles

The Tony Award and Drama Desk winner for Best Play about opera legend Maria Callas' life is debuting in the Los Angeles area. "Master Class," written by Terrence McNally, finds the Greek singer near the end of her career, her voice...

Greek-American Stars in Play About Steve Jobs

Greek-American Alex Lyras has been cast in "The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs," a play about the late Apple CEO. The play, which has been performed around the U.S., arrives in Hollywood on February 20 at the Theatre...

16th International Festival of Ancient Greek Drama Begins in Cyprus

For those living or vacationing this month in Cyprus, now is a good time to experience an abundance of Ancient Greek drama performances. The 16th Annual International Festival of Ancient Greek Drama began in Limassol last week and runs until...