A selection of Teatro Dramma’s Theatrical Productions

  • 2018 Citizens of the Gray or This Dark Thing that Sleeps in Me by E. K. Schneider
  • 2015 Judgement on a Gray Beach by E. K. Schneider
  • 2010 Emigrants by S. Mrozek
  • 2004 The Lesson by E. Ionesco
  • 2002 Oedipus Rex by I. Stravinsky
  • 2000 Rooms by E. K. Schneider
  • 1991 Stasis by E. K. Schneider
  • 1989 Gaz by E. K. Schneider
  • 1984 Blumfeld by E. K. Schneider
  • 1982 Request Concert by F. X. Kroetz
  • 1981 Man is a Man by B. Brecht
  • 1980 The Wedding by B. Brecht
  • 1979 The Criminals by J. Triana

Teatro Dramma works have been presented at:

  • La MaMa E.T.C. and Theater for the New City in New York.
  • International Theatre Festivals like Jerusalem Arts Festival and Caracas International Theatre Festival.
  • Teatro Rajatabla, Teatro Ateneo de Caracas, Teatro Celarg and Teatro Ana Julia Rojas in Caracas, where they won three critics awards.

Teatro Dramma has obtained excellent reviews in the New York Times, Village Voice, The New York Post, The Villager, The Reviews Hub, Show-Score, New York Theatre Wire and New York Magazine. Teatro Dramma has been noted by the The New York Post as one of the most successful and innovative experimental theatre companies in Latin America.

Teatro Dramma’s productions have been reviewed as hauntingly visual productions and visual metaphores with strong imaginery and a dreamlike fresco of movement and design. “Transcends language barriers” (1982 -Gussow – New York Times).

In Elia K. Schneider’s, “Judgment on the Gray Beach” presented in New York’s La MaMa E.T.C. on 2015, Larry Lyt – New York Theater Wire – praised her work as one of the most striking plays he had seen in a long time.

In 2000, “Rooms” received accolades by D.J. R Bruckner of the New York Times who stated, “unspeakable sorrow of hopelessness spreads through the theater like the shadow of death’s wings. Yet, it is such a triumphant moment of theater that it brings cries of admiration and a thunder of hands from the audience….To feel such exhilaration and despair at once is a rare epiphany.”