“Skampa” Festival in its 23rd edition, director Adonis Filipi: The theater has survived many plagues and epidemics before us.

BY JULIA VRAPI For Gazetasot.com The international contemporary theater festival “Skampa” is one of the theater events in Albania. The 23rd edition starts this year on September 30 at the “Skampa” theater in Elbasan, to continue until October 6. Nine theater troupes from Albania, Kosovo, Italy, Lithuania, Serbia and Turkey are expected to participate in Read More

Opening ceremony 23rd edition “Theater Three”

Mr.Adonis Filipi speech on the opening ceremony. Like every year that comes with a new slogan, this time the 23rd edition of the “Skampa” Festival is entitled “Theater III / Theater three”. A challenging act in the face of the difficult pandemic situation that is still present among us, through Faith, Love and Hope. “The Read More


By Miho Gjini When the beginning of a theatrical event closes, the soul is liberated! Not only do we love theater, as the most beautiful genre, which encompasses life within two emotional hours, but it communicates vividly closer to the man, who becomes part of the spectacle. Especially now, when very little money is offered Read More

Maia Morgenstern

Maia Morgenstern, a famous Romanian film and stage actress, described by media as “a symbol of Romanian theater and film”, was a special guest of the International Theatre Festival in Elbasan. Morgenstern has dozens of roles in films and theaters in Romania, but in the English-speaking world, she is probably best known for the role Read More

International Theater Festival “Skampa 2017”

All the attention of Albanian scenic art artist has returned to Elbasan, where today’s evening will set the International Festival of Contemporary Theater “Skampa17”, which takes place every year during the fall season in this city. This year marks the 19th edition of this festival, which will be held from 22 to 27 October. Thirteen Read More

International Festival “Skampa 18” brings together troupes from many countries

While we are all interested and eager for Levin’s much awaited exhibition at Marianne Boesky Gallery in 2015 (who he signed with last summer) it’s hard to not recall, that stellar year he had in 2014. The South African-born artist, whose initial career choice was being an architect at Pratt, had solo exhibitions at Robert Blumenthal Gallery and Zach Feuer’s Retrospective Gallery in upstate New York, was featured in a two-person show at Rod Barton, and was included in a slew of the summer’s hottest group exhibitions—Sean Kelly…