Get Hip to Summer Theatre in Greece

Herod Atticus

  From the ancient times until today, the theatre has been a large part of Greek culture. And, many of the ancient theatres are still used during the summer months for dramas or music events. There’s nothing quite as thrilling as watching an ancient drama unfold in the exact venue where it was first performed back in the 5th century BC. Every year the Athens Festival offers an ... Read Full Article

Discovering Paris Theater

One of my favorite things to do when visiting Paris is to see a play, whether at the illustrious Comédie Française or at one of Paris’ many independent theaters. The French have an approach to theater that will seem different to Americans (even theater buffs). Each season, French directors, set designers and costumers strive to present cutting edge, meaningful works. From one-acts to four-hour ... Read Full Article