The Last Days of Judas Iscariot could make a good TV sitcom, but it fails to rise to the interpersonal demands of the stage.
On the third day, the Marjanishvili’s presentations closed with the first act of Levan Tsuladze’s current work on The Lady With The Dog, a short story by Chekhov. The production presented a unique mixture of puppets and actors on stage … Continued
After the relatively short performance of Hilda, I was able to see the last two thirds of Levan Tsuladze’s production of Kakutsa Cholokashvili. This new play by the historian Guram Qartvelishvili explores the life of Kaikhosro Cholokashvili (1888-1930), Georgian national … Continued
The next day of the festival started off with Hilda by French playwright Marie Ndiaye. This production is a collaboration between the Marjanishvili Theatre and the London based company Caravanserai under director Giles Foreman, and can be seen at the … Continued
I left A Midsummer Night’s Dream just in time to catch a truly unique show by Beso Kupreishvili’s Fingers Theatre. The company used a well-known Rock music video (the name and title of which I cannot divulge due to copyright … Continued
As part of their 80th anniversary celebration and as a precursor of the International Festival in Tbilisi next year, the Marjanishvili State Drama Theatre invited directors, dramaturgs and producers from Israel, Romania, and London to come and see their work. … Continued
London Theatre Blog is pleased to present a series of seven reviews, written by director/dramaturg Jens Peters, of productions at the Marjanishvili State Drama Theatre (Tiblisi, Georgia) as part of its recent International Project. The first review is of a … Continued
“If everyone is out looking for a myth, how can they find reality?” This sentence occurs towards the end of Christopher James’ new play at the Courtyard. On the surface, it seems to be nothing more than a succinct analysis … Continued
Torn revolves around a love story between two young adults against the will of their families.
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