Jul 062010

An Evening with Maurice Maeterlinck

Belgian Playwright, Poet, Essayist and Nobel Laureate  

In partnership with the Embassy of Belgium, Ambassador Theater is proud to present staged readings of  ”Death of Tintagiles” and “The Miracle of Saint Anthony”  

Translated by David Willinger and Daniel Gerould 

Directed by Hanna Bondarewska  

July 23-24, 2010 at 7:30PM

$15.00 (suggested donation)

 Flashpoint, Mead Theatre Lab 

 916 G St, NW, Washington, D.C. 20001

Steps away from the Gallery Place/Chinatown Metro stop or a couple of blocks from Metro Center.

Including Wine Reception and Q&A with the Actors

To reserve your tickets please send an email to: TICKETS at ATICC dot ORG

May 102010

This summer, kids ages 10 and up can be a part of a production of “The Wawel Dragon” at Source Theatre in Washington DC.

Ambassador Theater’s International Theater Production Camp runs from July 26, 2010 until August 6, 2010, Monday-Friday from 9AM – 3PM and will end with a special show for parents, friends and siblings.

The Wawel Dragon: a Play based on a famous Legend from Poland

The children will be able to experience all aspects of building a theater production, work on their postures, movement, voice, memorization and concentration skills. Discover the beauty of Polish culture and be part of the final show of The Dragon of Wawel.

The Fees are: 2 weeks: $600 (early sign up by June 15: $500)

Scholarship possibility for those who get accepted. The theater will provide healthy snacks, but parents are responsible for bringing lunch or we will be able to order lunch at nearby Subway.

Source Theatre is located at 1835 14th Street NW and is just several blocks from the U Street/Cardozo/African American Civil War Memorial Station (13th Street exit) on Metro’s Green Line.

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Mar 162010

If you are accustomed to seeing paired down black box productions at the Flashpoint venue, the well-crafted nineteenth century salon will be a pleasant surprise.The fact that this production feels as polished as it does is a little short of amazing given the snow-related rehearsal difficulties and some late casting changes. Given the skill and enthusiasm that the fledgling Ambassador Theater team has shown with the little-known Summer at Nohant, I look forward to their future productions.

read the entire review by Steven McKnight at:

Hopa Tropa!

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Jul 102009

hopa-tropaHopa Tropa, a show of Bulgarian folk tales produced by newly founded Ambassador Theater, International Cultural Center with Bulgarian and American artists. A fun, educational, interactive and entertaining children’s show based on amusing folk tales from Bulgaria! Colorful stories told through dance, songs, sounds and imaginative found objects used as puppets will make a fun time for everyone. 

The story is based on famous Bulgarian folk tales, jokes and songs, written by renowned Bulgarian director, Lilia Slavova, with music arranged by Bulgarian musician and composer, Petko Kolev, and puppets and set designed by Bulgarian puppeteer, Julia Tasheva.

For adults and children over 5 years.

More information coming soon!

Jul 032009

“…a production that is both haunting and powerful. The intimate space forced awareness to the message of the play. The set seemed to fill up a space that is considerably small, creating a larger than life effect.”
   – Courtney Ferguson

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Apr 262009

The newly founded Ambassador Theater in Washington DC area is searching for talented actors.Helena: The Emigre Queen

We are looking forward to working with talented artists to create an international theater to draw closer the international community.

Our first project, “Helena, The Emigre Queen” by K. Braun, is scheduled to be produced in  2009 as a staged reading, we are looking for:

  • An elder woman for the role of Helena Modjeska
  • A woman in her 30-40s for the role of Young Helena
  • A man in his 40s for several male characters

Equity Actors with a special allowance may also apply.

Actors: Please e-mail your photo-resume to artisticdirector at aticc dot org to schedule an audition.

Please prepare a 1-2 minute classical monologue and a 1 minute contemporary monologue.