Recent Projects

This is a selection of the most recent projects in the field of theatre and performance. It includes full-fledged productions as well as the scenic outcomes of educational initiatives. Click here comprehensive chronology.

Crimes (2012)

Performance. A three-minute homicide takes place inside a wooden booth. This work invites the audience to witness it from different perspectives, each of them recasting the murderers and victims of the plot. Four conflicting narratives emerge from this interactive experience, from the sheer clearness of the obvious to the uneasy opaqueness of the guess.

The Dumb Waiter (2010)

Theatre play. This outstanding piece, by Nobel Prize winner Harold Pinter, was produced throughout a one-year workshop organised in collaboration with the International Student Network Representation (now ISN) of Leiden University. The team was comprised of students from Greece, Ukraine, Ireland, Lithuania and Venezuela.


En La

Dramatised reading. This play, by Chilean poet Vicente Huidobro, is a remarkable sample of Latin-American drama. The comedy was written in the tradition of Alfred Jarry’s Ubu Roi, yet with a distinctive deployment of language, proper to the Creationist vanguard. More that one hundred characters on the dramatis personae; only four artists to bring them to life on stage.