İzmir City Theaters on Stage with Three Plays in the Week of March 27

İzmir City Theaters on Stage with Three Plays in the Week of March 27
İzmir City Theaters on Stage with Three Plays in the Week of March 27

Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Tunç Soyer kazanCity Theatres, which he directed, will be on stage with three plays during the week of March 27, which also includes the World Theater Day.

İzmir Metropolitan Municipality Theaters (İzBBŞT) will stage three plays during the week of March 27, including World Theater Day. Azizname, Mor Salvar and Tavşan Tavşanoğlu will meet with the people of İzmir between 29 March-3 April.

Where on what date?

Azizname at Güzelbahçe Atatürk Cultural Center on April 1 and on April 3 Karşıyaka It will be staged free of charge at the Suat Taşer Theatre. Mor Shalwar will meet with the people of Izmir on March 28-30 March, and Tavşan Tavşanoğlu will meet with the people of Izmir on April 1-3 at Kültürpark Izmir Art. Invitations for free plays can be obtained from the district culture directorates and the box office of the stages, and tickets for the plays to be staged in İzmir Sanat can be obtained from the address “kultursanat.izmir.bel.tr”, and from the box offices of İzmir Sanat and Ahmed Adnan Saygun Art Center.

Azizname

"Azizname", which had its world premiere in Berlin in 1995 and has been on the stage for a quarter of a century, places the satires and stories of Aziz Nesin in the landscape of a journey from the past to the present.

Rabbit Tavsanoglu

"Tavşan Tavşanoğlu", directed by Yücel Erten, contains an amusing objection to those who use the rhetoric "everything is fine" despite the stuckness and despair imposed on society by the free market economy and neoliberal policies.

Purple Shalwar

Four cleaning lady women tear up the stories written for them and embark on a path to become the creators of their own stories. The only thing that can turn them from their path is the presence of death on their necks, the pressure of which they feel more and more every day.

1946 to present

City Theatres, which started in 1946 under the management of theater, film actor and director Avni Dilligil, and ended its four-year adventure, were tried to be brought back to life from time to time, but the attempts were unsuccessful. In 1989, Prof. Dr. Özdemir Nutku City Theaters brought its name back to city life. kazantried to climb. But this effort only survived for two years with the Mobile Truck Theater application.
City Theaters, among Tunç Soyer's election promises, was announced with the announcement on 27 March World Theater Day. City Theaters, whose logo was determined by a competition, formed its staff after a careful examination process. Izmir City Theaters opened the curtain on October 1, "as per the tradition of the theatre," as Yücel Erten puts it.

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