“Dolichos” Theatre Company was founded in June 1998 by the director, actor and translator Dimitris Tarlow and is based in Poreia Theatre since 2000.
Offering an eclectic repertoire, the theatre has presented new and previously unproduced plays such as the historical “Beast on the Moon”, “Glengarry Glen Ross” and “The Woods;” classic masterpieces such as “The Marriage” and plays that are based on neuropsychological disorders such as the “Man Who” by Peter Brook. Additionally, Poreia has staged plays based on Greek novels from the late classical period in Greek history, such as “Daphnis and Chloe”, monologues such as “Oblivion” by D. Dimitriadis and contemporary Greek plays such as “The Blind Point” by the newcomer Giannis Mavritsakis.
Our goal is to always speak the vivid theatrical language of today’s world.
Ennui is our enemy. We want our artists to communicate with each other in order to offer moving experiences to our audiences.
Public Transportation to Poreia Theatre:
Train stop: VICTORIA
Bus Lines: 054, 500, 605 (Victoria Square stop), Β5 (Iulianu stop)