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Tame Woman

'After death, what truth is there to speak of?'
Maksim Gorki
This story, which Fyodor Dostoevsky described as fantastic, was written just after a suicide.
is about the internal reckoning that follows. After her husband's suicide
trying to find the cause and build bridges with the past, Adam tries to find out why she is dead.
constantly trying to communicate with his body. But the 'truth' is never
as long as it is an unknowable and malleable phenomenon.
will not fail to remind you.

Fyodor Dostoevsky - The Tame Woman
Translation: Göksu Birol, Mehmet Özgül and Mehmet Yılmaz
rewritten with the help of translations.
Adapted - Directed by: Sercan Özinan
Assistant Director Ömer Faruk Çiçek - Çınar Taşdemir
Assistant Zivan Arya Celik
Dramaturgy Ece Celikcapa Ozinan
Decor - Lighting - Costume: Polat Canpolat
Movement Design: Dicle Dogan
Director of Photography Emre Pekçakır
Poster Ethem Onur Bilgiç
Technical Responsible Cinar Tasdemir
Cast: Burcu Tokuç, Ece Çelikçapa Özinan, Melih Efeçınar
Thank you:
BAU Conservatory, Güneş Uydaş, PAT Workshop, Primatölye



'Today my mother died; or yesterday, I don't know.'
Albert Camus's The Stranger begins with the news of a death.
opens the door to a discussion about existence. Mersault's death and dying
the instinct to live in response is nothing more than ordinary behavior. It is
mediocrity allows his memory to exist outside his own time and
into obscurity. And so Mersault's timeless
His memory becomes fragmented, fragmented and 'alien' to everything around him.

Albert Camus - The Stranger
Translation: Ayça Sezen, Samih Tiryakioğlu and Vedat Günyol
rewritten with the help of translations.
Adapted - Directed by: Sercan Özinan
Assistant Director Ömer Faruk Çiçek
Dramaturgy Ece Celikcapa Ozinan
Decor - Lighting - Costume - Mask: Polat Canpolat
Movement Design: Dicle Dogan
Poster Rabia Kip
Cast: Abdurrahman Merallı, Alper Çankaya, Ender Sakallı, Gülçin Yiğit, Hasan Demirci, Melih Efeçınar
Thank you:
BAU Conservatory, Deniz Telek, PAT Workshop


YTD 8th Labor and Achievement Awards Special Theater Best Debut Play

Three 'male' childhood friends. A coincidence. A drinks table. And memories playing hide and seek in their minds. Unwanted events that follow like shadows. This game is the transformation of the memory that escapes being midwife into a game. And who is the midwife in this game?

By: Sercan Ozinan
Managed by: Ece Celikcapa Ozinan
Assistant Seran Yazici
Music: Chevki, Sagopa Kajmer
Stage Design: Onur Ozcan
Poster Design: Esma Engür
Players: Akdora Akalin, Ferit Çelik, Hasan Demirci, Ömer Faruk Çiçek, Sercan Özinan


XIXth Direklerarası Awards Children's Play Production Award

The play takes place between Palika, who is washed away by a storm and finds herself on a beach she has never seen before, and Putnik, who comes to camp on the beach. At first, Palika and Putnik are hesitant of each other, but in time they get along with each other, but there is a small problem: neither of them speaks the other's language. But how important is this for them? Will language be a barrier to help each other?

Designer: Alper Baytekin
Managed by: Sercan Ozinan
Assistant Ömer Faruk Çiçek
Music: Uğurcan Karpuzoğlu
Stage Design: Alper Baytekin
Poster Design: Müjde Başkale, Gülşah Özdemir Koryürek
Players: Gözde Kısa (Çisem Çancı), Ozan Karabulut (Bağış Angigün) 

Morgue Sokağı Cinayeti

Murder in the Rue Morgue

One of the most important names of 19th century literature, Edgar Allan Poe's The Murder in the Rue Morgue has been a source of inspiration for many writers and has remained popular for over a hundred years. Based on a newspaper article in France, this work is about the process of finding the murderer with the help of an analyst named Auguste Dupin, who investigates an unusual murder in the Rue Morgue. 'The truth is not always at the bottom of a well... We seek knowledge in the depths of valleys. It is at the top of the mountains...'

By: Edgar Allan Poe
Translation: It has been rearranged using translations by Memet Fuat and Dost Körpe.
Adapted-Directed by: Sercan Ozinan
Dramaturgy Erdal Ozan Metin
Reji Assistant Asya Ozkök
Stage Design: Emrah Kürekçi
Costume and Poster Design: Rabia Kip
Light Design: Utku Kara
Players: Begüm Alınca (Duhan Şahin), Ece Çelikçapa, Hasan Ali Yıldırım, Kamil Can Denizman (Ferhat Akgün), Nevzat Cengiz (Veysel Alankaya), Sonat Dinçbaş (Deniz Telek), Umut Can Vicnelioğlu

Thank you
Ali Cüneyd Kılcıoğlu, Prof. Dr. Feray Odman Çelikçapa, Hakan İsmail Şiriner, Tiyatro Oyunbaz


About the Game: According to the legend in Aishkylos' Agamemnon, the great commander Agamemnon, who did not come empty-handed after the Trojan War, brought Kasandra as a trophy. So what happens when an ordinary man today returns home from the supermarket, not Troy, with a bunch of unrelated things he never wanted? This man, who loses control, piles the supermarket bags in front of us with all their weight and makes us ask the question while fulfilling his 'basic need': Where should we look for hope in this shitty tragedy?

By: Rodrigo Garcia
Translation: Nihal Mumcu
Managed by: Sercan Ozinan
Stage-Decor-Lighting-Affiche Design: Ecem Dilan Köse
Player: Vahit Sarittas



The Hunger Artist is the last work written by Franz Kafka. The 'artist', who performs his art by starving, will continue to do so throughout his life. It is enough for him to be in the public eye and draw attention to himself. The manager, on the other hand, takes advantage of this hunger of the artist and turns it into a spectacular entertainment. In the adaptation process, Kafka's layered text has been faithful and the image of this entertainment has been made visible.

Based on Franz Kafka's story 'The Hunger Artist';

Adapted-Directed by: Sercan Ozinan
Assistant Director: Hasan Ali Yildirim
Costume Design: Hilal Polat
Decor: Sanem Gençalp
Players: Deniz Telek, Hasan Ali Yıldırım, Sercan Özinan (Raci Durak, Yalçın Zobu)

Hiç Prova Yapılmadı

Never Rehearsed

The writer wrote it. The actor and director did no preparation. When you settle on stage, the actor will start reading the play he knows nothing about. And you will listen and play. Because the author wants that.
Note Nobody knows what will happen except one person.

Coordinator Ece Celikcapa
Players: Each play is performed by a different performer.

Dönüşüm Oyunu izle


Franz Kafka's world-famous story still retains its popularity and contains a network of relationships that overturns almost all social values. The fact that the author makes this relationship situation visible through the concept of 'family' is undoubtedly the biggest factor in ensuring its popularity. The Samsa family, who shape their lives according to 'Gregor', who is also at the center as a staging, are subjected to a great 'Transformation' with the 'Change' of 'Gregor'. This 'transformation' takes place on the family. Gregor's 'Change' is the search for freedom of 'Gregor' who has been working for years and providing for his family and has no social life.

By: Franz Kafka
Translators It has been reorganized by using the translations of Ahmet Cemal, İlknur İgan and Yekta Majiskül.
Adaptation - Dramaturgy: Ece Celikcapa, Sercan Ozinan
Director: Sercan Ozinan
Light Design: Utku Kara
Light Application: Kerem Ozdogan
Costume Design: Hilal Polat
Poster-Teaser: Orkan Varan
Players: Alper Günay, Ece Çelikçapa, Gökay Mutafoğlu, Gözde Kısa, Sercan Özinan

Thank you
Oyunbaz, Hasan Şahintürk, Oğuz Arıcı, Aytunç Özer



Dear Wilhelm, I met a very beautiful woman here. Her name is Charlotte. I know that she is engaged to a very clever man, but that knowledge is of no importance to me. That's why she doesn't return my love. And I have decided, Wilhelm, that I want to die. And I need a few people to tell me.

From the story 'The Sorrows of Young Werther' by J.W.Goethe;

Adapted-Directed by: Sercan Ozinan
Choreography Hartvig Hansen
Light Application: Kerem Ozdogan
Costume Beril Öke Gülen
Poster Design: Ceyda Karadas
Players: Ece Çelikçapa, Esra Yaşar, Gizem Pilavcı, Özge Öztürk, Özgür Özcan



A mole-human builds its nest and begins to build a relationship with it. But this relationship takes a strange turn as time passes. Is the nest a place of refuge, a place of escape, or a place of freedom?

From the story of the same name by Franz Kafka;

Adapted and Acted: Sercan Ozinan
Poster Design: Ceyda Karadas
Other Things: Atlas Theater Research

Franz Kafka'nın 'Dönüşüm' öyküsünden

Grete Samsa

Trapped under the guise of love, children accepted the power that ruled them and established standards of behavior that they would maintain.*

*Ritchie Robertson 'Kafka' pg. 100

Based on Franz Kafka's story 'Transformation';

Adapted and Acted: Ece Celikcapa Ozinan
Poster Design: Emre Özerden