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“Florist Street” Premiered...

Teatro Rudius new season play “Florist Street” premiered... A bloody incident that took place in Pera at the beginning of the previous century and was recorded in newspaper pages... In the circle of love, passion, intrigue, revenge... A two-act dream or a curtainless truth...

“The Interrogation” by Teatro Rudius

Teatro Rudius started the 2022-2023 theater season with the play “Interrogation” by award-winning playwriter Kosta Kortidis. Sibel Tascioglu, Ozdemir Cifticioglu, Akin Kaplan and Kosta Kortidis is appearing in the play with extraordinary directorship of Kosta Kortidis....

“Werewolf” Opens Its Curtains

“Werewolf”, written by Kosta Kortidis in the genre of psychological thriller, is being staged. In addition to being a rare example in Turkish Theatre, the play, which also contains the realistic humor elements of life, is considered as a detective fiction. “Werewolf” will meet theater lovers very soon...

“Mad Poet” Omer Seyfettin...

On the 100th anniversary of his death, Teatro Rudius is making its premiere with the play “Mad Poet”, in memory of the great storyteller “Omer Seyfettin”, the symbol of the Turkish Language. “Mad Poet”, based on a psychological thriller, staged with a deep, intense and plain striking, is an imaginary last day story...

“Bandirma Ferry”

When dream meets reality, dream meets ideal... With respect to all national struggle heroes...! The fire of the National Struggle, the centenary of which we realize, the Bandırma Ferry and the departure of Great Atatürk to Samsun; As a thank you, a gratitude and a gift to the whole of our nation, we greet our Republic!

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