White Rabbit Red Rabbit Poster
Et Alia Theater, in association with Aurora Nova presented White Rabbit Red Rabbit on March 13th.


Internationally acclaimed White Rabbit Red Rabbit, by Iranian writer Nassim Soleimanpour, is an audacious theatrical experiment and a potent reminder of the transgressive and transformative power of theatre. 

Forbidden to leave his native Iran, Soleimanpour wrote a play which
travelled the world in his place. 

Since its joint premiere in 2011, the play has been translated into over
25 different languages and has been performed over 1000 times by some of the biggest names in theatre and film, including actors Whoopi Goldberg, Nathan Lane, John Hurt, Simon McBurney, Stephen Fry, Sinead Cusack, Marcus Brigstocke and Ken Loach.

Performed by Giorgia Valenti

Produced by Ana Moioli and Luísa Galatti



Stella, Come Home is a dance-theater exploration series in which we intend to rediscover an American classic, A Streetcar Named Desire, by Tennessee Williams, through the bodies of the international women of our company. 

You can watch the entire series on our Instagram.

Stella, Come Home Poster

Poster design: Catarina Roman

Deniz Bulat

Deniz 2
Deniz 3
Deniz 1

"He was in the quicksands and clutching at me - but I wasn’t holding him out, I was slipping in with him!” 


Music by: Irmak Hatırlı

Giorgia Valenti

Giorgia 1
Giorgia 2
Giorgia 3

“She is. She was. You didn’t know Blanche as a girl. Nobody, nobody, was tender and trusting as she was”

Music by: Notow, Benedetto, Luca Cossu, Flat Pearl

Ana Moioli 

Ana 2
Ana 1
Ana 3

“Sorrow makes for sincerity, I think. [...] The little there is belongs to people who have known some sorrow.”


Music by: Abacaxepa

Luísa Galatti

Luisa 2
Luisa 1
Luisa 3

“... Now, then, let me look at you. But don’t you look at me, Stella, no, no, no, not till later, not till I’ve bathed and rested. And turn that over-light off! Turn that off! I won’t be looked at in this merciless glare!...”


Music by: Abacaxepa

Maria Müller

Maria 2
Maria 3
Maria 1

“You see, under the Napoleonic code – a man has to take an interest in his wife’s affairs – especially now that she’s going to have a baby.”


Music by: Kaylee Shahira