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Kurucu Ortak ve
Dot Sanat Yönetmeni
MURAT DALTABAN
Kurucu Ortak, Prodüksiyon ve Yönetim
ÖZLEM DALTABAN
Kurucu Ortak, Prodüksiyon ve Yönetim
SÜHA BİLAL

YÖNETMENLER

MURAT DALTABAN
SERKAN SALİHOĞLU
TUĞRUL TÜLEK
MERT ÖNER

DRAMATURJİ VE YAZARLAR

ERDEM AVŞAR
MELİSA KESMEZ

MÜZİK YÖNETMENLERİ

ÖZGEHAN ÖZTURAN
OĞUZ KAPLANGI

MEKAN VE PROJE YÖNETİMİ

AYŞEGÜL BEYAZDAĞ
SERKAN SALİHOĞLU
ÖZER ERGUVAN

PRODÜKSİYON VE OYUNLAR TAKIMI

UMUT ÇINAR, ORÇUN SOYTÜRK, TOPRAK CAN ADIGÜZEL, DİLEK KÖSE, ATAKAN AKARSU, İDİL TOPSAKAL, CEM ÖZEREN


MURAT DALTABAN
KÖKSAL ENGÜR
TUĞRUL TÜLEK
İBRAHİM SELİM

ECE DİZDAR
GİZEM ERDEM
MERT ÖNER
ESRA RUŞAN

DENİZ TÜRKALİ
CEM ÖZEREN
SU OLGAÇ
ESİN ALPOGAN

 

CAN ŞIKYILDIZ
GİZEM GÜÇLÜ
MEHMETCAN MİNCİNOZLU
RAMİ ÇAKIR

SENA BAŞDOĞAN
VELİ KILIÇ
ATAKAN AKARSU
EYLÜL GÜNTEKİN

İDİL ARKUT
SERHAT PARIL

ÇOCUK OYUNCULAR

KEREM TABAK
EMRE ÇAVUŞOĞLU
H. EGE HABİP

DOT, Gösteri Sanatları alanında çalışan bir kurumdur.

Kuruluş amacı,

Çağdaş tiyatronun seçkin oyunlarını İstanbul seyircisi ile buluşturmak,

Kültür sanat alanına eleştirel yaklaşımlı, tansiyonlu tiyatroyu katmak,

Seyircinin güncel ve toplumsal konular üzerinde düşünme ve sorgulama dinamiğini canlı kılmaktır.

DOT, sanat yönetimi, prodüktörlük ve mekan yönetimi yapar.

Sanat Yönetimi 

Zamanın Ruhu ile ilgilenir ve çağdaş tiyatro metinlerden repertuar oluşturur.

Repertuar seçiminde temel prensip şehirli insanın hikayesini anlatmaktır.

Prodüksiyon

Kendi repertuarı ve kendi mekanları için oyun prodüksiyonları yapar.

Yurtiçi ve yurtdışı kurumsal ortaklık projeleri geliştirir ve uygular.

Mekan Yönetimi

Kendi sahnelediği oyunları, kendi yönettiği sahnelerde seyirci ile buluşturur.

DOT’un Ana Tiyatro Mekanları ve Mekan Projeleri 

2005’de DOT’un Ana Mekanı, İstiklal Caddesi Mısır Apartmanı’nda açıldı.

2008’de DOTBİLSARDA projesi için Bilsar Binasında yeni bir sahne oluşturdu. Proje 2009’da tamamlandı. (1. Mobil Hareket)

2009’da DOTMARSTA projesi için Maçka G-Mall’da yeni bir sahne oluşturdu. Proje 2014’de tamamlandı  (2. Mobil Hareket)

2010’da DOTKOLEKSİYONDA projesi için Sarıyer’deki Koleksiyon Kampüsünde yeni bir sahne oluşturdu. Proje 2011’de tamamlandı (3. Mobil Hareket)

2011’de DOT’un Ana Mekanı, Maçka G-Mall’a taşındı.

2015’te DOT’un Ana Mekan, Kanyon’a taşındı.

Dot’un Kanyon’da hazırladığı yeni tiyatro mekanı projesi  DOTKANYONDA olarak isimlendirildi.

TİYATRO ELEŞTİRMENLERİ BİRLİĞİ (TEB)

2014 – 2015 Tiyatro Sezonu “Yılın Erkek Oyuncusu”

Tuğrul Tülek – İki Kişilik Yaz

2010-2011 Tiyatro Sezonu “Yılın Tiyatro Ödülü”

Dotkoleksiyonda –  FESTEN / KUTLAMA

2008-2009 Tiyatro Sezonu “Yılın Tiyatro Ödülü”

Dotbilsarda  –  VUR / YAĞMALA / YENİDEN

2005-2006 Tiyatro Sezonu “Yılın Tiyatrosu” ödülü

Dot, Unesco’ya bağlı Uluslararası Tiyatro Eleştirmenleri Birliği tarafından

verilen ödülü 2005-2006 sahnelediği tüm oyunlarıyla aldı.

 

AFİFE TİYATRO ÖDÜLLERİ 

2016  En Başarılı Erkek Oyuncusu

İbrahim Selim – Bunu Ben de Yaparım! 

2016  En Başarılı Işık Tasarımı

Cem Yılmazer – Kış Dönümü

2015 En Başarılı Erkek Oyuncusu

Tuğrul Tülek – İki Kişilik Yaz

2012 Yılın En Başarılı Prodüksiyonu Ödülü

Dot – SÜPERNOVA

2010 Tiyatroda Yeni Kuşak Ödülü

Dotmarsta  –  PUNK ROCK OYUNCULARI

2009 Tiyatroda Yeni Kuşak Ödülü

Dotbilsarda Projesi  –  VUR/YAĞMALA/YENİDEN

2009 En Başarılı Kadın Oyuncusu

Mine Tugay  –  BLACKBIRD/KARATAVUK 

2008 En Başarılı Yardımcı Erkek Oyuncusu

Rıza Kocaoğlu – MERCURY FUR/KÜRKLÜ MERKÜR

 

SADRİ ALIŞIK SİNEMA VE TİYATRO ÖDÜLLERİ

2015 Jüri Özel Ödülü

Gizem Erdem ve Tuğrul Tülek – İKİ KİŞİLİK YAZ

2013 En İyi Yardımcı Kadın Oyuncu

Ece Dizdar – DER GOLDENE DRACHE/ALTIN EJDERHA

2012 Jüri Özel Ödülü

Dotmarsta – ORPHANS / ÖKSÜZLER  ve  Dot – BEAUTİFUL BURNOUT/ SÜPERNOVA

2011 Yılın Yapımının Yönetmeni Ödülü

Murat Daltaban – FESTEN /  KUTLAMA

2010 Seçici Kurul Özel Ödülü

Dotmarsta – PORNOGRAFİ ve Dot – ALIŞVERİŞ VE S***Ş OYUNCULARI

2008 Efes Pilsen Gençlik Özel Ödülü –  KÜRKLÜ MERKÜR OYUNCULARI

 

TİYATRO DERGİSİ TİYATRO ÖDÜLLERİ

2008 En İyi Yapım Ödülü  Dot – BUG/BÖCEK 

DOT is an independent contemporary theatre company, co-founded in 2005 in Istanbul by Murat Daltaban, Özlem Daltaban and Süha Bilal.  DOT’s first venue was opened in October 2005 at the Mısır Apartment in Istiklal Street.

DOT has been delivering high voltage theatre productions to the Istanbul audience in its own venue for twelve seasons under the artistic direction of Murat Daltaban. DOT produces a wide selection of plays from various countries and cultures to integrate a critical eye to the arts and cultural scene and enliven the debate on current and global social issues. 

DOT works in artistic direction, production and venue management.  

Artistic Development

Dot is artistically concerned with the spirit of the age. Innovative adaptations of contemporary texts form the repertoire. Underlining the repertoire is the story of the urban dweller. 

Production

Dot produces plays for its own repertoire and venue. Dot is open as co-producer to partnerships with international festivals and/or institutions.

Venue Management

Dot presents its audience self-produced shows in its self-managed venue.

In 2005 DOT’s  first venue was opened at the Mısır Apartment in Istiklal Street.

In 2008 a new venue was set up at the Bilsar Building for the DOTATBILSAR project. The project ended in 2009 (1st Mobile Project)

In 2009 a new theatre space was created at Macka G-Mall for the DOTATMARS project. The project ended in 2014.  (2nd Mobile Project)

In 2010 a new theatre space was set up at the Koleksiyon Campus in Sariyer for the  DOTATKOLEKSIYON project. The project ended in 2011. (3rd Mobile Project)

In 2011 DOT‘s main venue moved from the Misir Apartment to Macka G-Mall.

In 2015 the main venue was moved to much bigger and newly built space at Kanyon. DOT‘s new venue in Kanyon was named DOTKANYONDA.

 

DOT Team

Founding Partners: Murat Daltaban, Süha Bilal, Özlem Daltaban

Dot Artistic Direction: Murat Daltaban

Production, management and Publicity: Özlem Daltaban

Directors: Murat Daltaban, Serkan Salihoğlu, Tuğrul Tülek, Mert Öner

 

MOBILE PROJECTS

DOTATBILSAR – 2008/2009 Theatrical Season

The Bilsar Building, located in Istanbul’s Tunel area, was transformed into a theatre space for Dot. Mark Ravenhill’s SHOOT / GET TREASURE / REPEAT consisting of 17 short plays and 1 radio play was prepared for the space. The Dotatbilsar Project began in September 2008 and ended in June 2009.

DOTATMARS – 2009/2010 Theatrical Season

In 2009, a new theatre space was created for Dot at G-Mall, a cultural centre located in Macka, Istanbul, with the support of The Mars Entertainment Group. The Dotatmars Venue Project went on for 5 seasons and ended in January 2014.

DOTATKOLEKSIYON – 2010/2011 Theatrical Season

FESTEN / KUTLAMA premiered January 22nd through the collaboration of DOT and KOLEKSIYON. The play was staged at the Koleksiyon Campus in Sariyer. The project ended in June 2011.

 

THE PLAYS (2005-2017)

 

Frozen (22 September 2005)

Written by Bryony Lavery / Directed by Mustafa Avkıran

Love and Understanding (11 November 2005)

Written by Joe Penhall / Directed by Murat Daltaban

The Censor  (2 February 2006)

Written by Anthony Neilson / Concept-Directed by Naz Erayda

Faraway (23 March 2006)

Written by Carly Churchill / Directed by Emre Koyuncuoğlu

A Play For Two  (17 May 2006)

Concept, Designed and Directed by Bülent Erkmen

Written by Yekta Kopan

Staged at the 15th International Istanbul Theatre Festival and 4th International Theatre Olympics.

Bug  (22 September 2006)

Written by Tracy Letts / Directed by Murat Daltaban

Mercury Fur  (18 October 2007)

Written by Philip Ridley / Directed by Murat Daltaban

Blackbird  (14 Febuary 2008)

Written by David Harrower / Directed by Emre Koyuncuoğlu

The Storyteller  (17 May 2008)

Directed by Murat Daltaban

Staged at the 16th International Istanbul Theatre Festival

Shoot/Get Treasure/Repeat  (DOTATBİLSAR)  (16 October 2008 – 6 June 2009)

Written by Mark Ravenhill / Directed by Murat Daltaban

Shopping and F***ing (4 November 2009)

Written by Mark Ravenhill / Directed by Murat Daltaban

Pornography (DOTATMARS) (19 November 2009)

Written by Simon Stephens / Directed by Murat Daltaban

Punk Rock (DOTATMARS) (22 April 2010)

Written by Simon Stephens / Directed by Rıza Kocaoğlu

Mandrel (28 May 2010)

Written by Hakan Günday / Directed by Murat Daltaban

Staged at the 17th International Istanbul Theatre Festival

Festen (DOTATKOLEKSIYON) (22 January 2011)

Written by David Eldridge / Directed by Murat Daltaban

Orphans  (DOTATMARS) (20 October 2011)

Written by Dennis Kelly / Directed by Tuğrul Tülek

Beautiful Burnout (6 January 2012)

Written by Bryony Lavery / Directed by Murat Daltaban

Yellow Moon (26 September 2012)

Written by David Greig / Directed by Pınar Töre

A Play For Two  (12 November 2012)

Written by Bülent Erkmen and Aslı Mertan / Directed by: Bülent Erkmen

Der Goldene Drache  (8 December 2012)

Written by Roland Schimmelpfenning  / Directed by Serkan Salihoğlu 

Overspill (27 March 2013)

Written by Ali Taylor / Directed by Tuğrul Tülek

Theatre Uncut 1 (20 November 2013)

 

(4 Short Plays)

The Fat Man Written by Anders Lustgarten / Directed by Serkan Salihoğlu

Things That Make No Sense Written by Dennis Kelly / Directed by Tuğrul Tülek

A Bigger Banner Written by Mark Ravenhill / Directed by Serkan Salihoğlu

Fragile Written by David Greig / Directed by Murat Daltaban

 

Theatre Uncut 2  (15 January 2014)

 

(3 Short Plays)

Housekeeping Written by Lucy Kirkwood / Directed by Murat Daltaban

The Price Written by Lena Kitsopoulou / Directed by Pınar Töre

Dalgety Written by David Greig / Directed by Murat Daltaban

Fight Night (14 March 2014)

Concept, Designed and Written by Alexander Devriendt & Fight Night Original Cast

Directed by Murat Daltaban

 

Theatre Uncut ISTANBUL  

Short Plays Project

(February 2014 – May 2014) 

READINGS for the 19th ISTANBUL THEATRE FESTIVAL

(16 May 2014)

A Lesson In Lynching  Written by Ayfer Tunç / Directed by Hannah Price

Like Knocking On The Door Of A Familiar House On An Ordinary Day

Written by Berkun Oya / Directed by Murat Daltaban

Apollo 8844 Written by Derem Çıray / Directed by Hannah Price

Police State Written by Davey Anderson / Directed by Hannah Price

Flesh On Bone Written by Hakan Günday / Directed by Murat Daltaban

Smoke (And Mirrors) Written by Stef Smith / Directed by Murat Daltaban

SHORT PLAYS FROM THEATRE UNCUT ISTANBUL WERE READ DURING THE EDINBURGH FRINGE FESTIVAL AT THE TRAVERSE THEATRE AUGUST 18TH.

Midsummer (A Play with Songs)  (10 December 2014)

Written by David Grieg – Gordon McIntyre / Directed by Serkan Salihoğlu

Midwinter (3 December 2015)

Written by Zinnie Harris / Directed by Murat Daltaban

NippleJesus (11 February 2016)

Written by Nick Hornby / Directed by Serkan Salihoğlu 

Growth (8 November 2016)

Written by Luke Norris / Directed by Serkan Salihoğlu

How to Hold Your Breath (23 December 2016)

Written by Zinnie Harris / Directed by Murat Daltaban 

Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons (5 April 2017)

Written by Sam Steiner / Directed by Mert Öner

 

AWARDS  

UNESCO’s International Critics Union Award (TEB)

2005-2006 Season, Theatre of the Year Award

Dot Theatre with all productions.

2008-2009 Season, Production of the Year Award

Dotatbilsar – Shoot/Get treasure/Repeat

2010 -2011 Season, Theatre of the Year Award

Dotatkoleksiyon – Festen

 

Afife Theatre Awards

2016 Best Actor

İbrahim Selim – NippleJesus

2016 Best Lighting Design

Cem Yılmazer – Midwinter

2015 Best Actor

Tuğrul Tülek – Midsummer

2012 Best Production

Beautiful Burnout

2010 Best New Generation Project

Punk Rock

2009 Best New Generation Project

Dotatbilsar – Shoot/Get Treasure/Repeat

2009 Best Actress

Mine Tugay – Blackbird

2008 Best Supporting Actor

Rıza Kocaoğlu – Mercury Fur

 

Sadri Alışık Theatre Award

2013 Best Supporting Actress

Ece Dizdar – Golden Dragon

2012 Jury Special Award for Best Ensemble Cast

Orphans and Beautiful Burnout

2011 Best Director for Production of the Year

Murat Daltaban – Festen

2010 Best New Generation Project

Dotatmars, Pornography and Dot, Shopping and F***ing

2008 Best New Generation Project

Mercury Fur

The Tiyatro Dergisi Theatre Awards

2008 Best Production – Bug

 

PROJECTS 

2016 Dot Play Reading

How to Hold Your Breath

Written by: Zinnie Harris Directed by: Serkan Salihoğlu

 

2013 Theatre Uncut Istanbul

Short Plays Project

THEATRE UNCUT was started in Great Britain by project directors Emma Callander and Hannah Price in 2010 with a simple idea. They asked playwrights to write short plays about the current political situation.

In the first three years of THEATRE UNCUT playwrights from England, Scotland, USA, Argentina, Spain, Greece, Syria, Iceland and Egypt joined in and the plays were staged in 17 countries. The project received awards from the Edinburgh Fringe in 2012, Fringe First, Herald Angel and Scotsman Spirit.

DOT staged 15 selected plays from Theatre Uncut as “MAKAS OYUNLARI” in the 2013-2014 season in Istanbul.

Playwrights participating in the “THEATRE UNCUT ISTNABUL” project, which began with a week long workshop in February in Istanbul and was realized with a DOT – THEATRE UNCUT collaboration are Davey Anderson and Stef Smith from Britain and Ayfer Tunç, Berkun Oya, Hakan Günday and Derem Çıray from Turkey. Murat Daltaban, Emma Callander and Hannah Price are directing the readings in Istanbul and Edinburgh.

First readings of “THEATRE UNCUT ISTANBUL” were done May 16, 17 and 20 May for the Istanbul Theatre Festival. The plays will be read at The Edinburgh Fringe August 18th 2014 at the Traverse Theatre.

 

2011 Playwriting Workshop with Leo Butler

From June 26th to July 2nd 2011, British playwright Leo Butler came to Istanbul for a playwriting workshop with Dot artistic director Murat Daltaban and novelist/playwright Hakan Günday.

The Workshop focused on the development of a text from scratch as a collaborative effort involving the director, the playwright and the actor.

Mr. Butler also performed a single day extra workshop with members of the Dot company about the principles of basic playwriting.

The workshop enabled Hakan Günday to produce a complete play and also sparked great interest for playwriting and text development not only at Dot but also in the literal and theatrical community in Istanbul.

This workshop was realized in collaboration with British Council

 

2009 British Playwrights Talk at Dot

DOT’s BRITISH PLAYWRIGHTS TALK AT DOT panel series realized with the support of THE BRITISH COUNCIL met with the audience in the 2008/2009 season.

Philip Ridley Talks Mercury Fur February 28th 2009

Mark Ravenhill Talks Shoot / Get Treasure / Repeat March 14th 2009

Aleks Sierz Talks In-Yer-Face Theatre May 2nd 2009

Simon Stephens Talks Pornography and Punk Rock March 28th 2010

 

2007 Dot New Plays Project

To initiate contemporary playwriting and the production of new contemporary plays in Turkey, Dot called on playwrights/emerging playwrights of all ages.

The project was supported by Das Schauspielhaus Hamburg, Istanbul Goethe Institut and the Cultural Office of the Austrian Embassy in Istanbul and attended by 69 playwrights with 80 plays.

The 11 selected playwrights were called to attend a playwright’s workshop led by the noted young Austrian playwright Bernhard Studlar in 12-18 February 2007.

The 11 new short plays, written during the workshop, were read by professional actors at Dot in May 2007.

 

2007 The Dot Talk Series

The Talks were done under the title “Dot Meetings March 27th” for World Theatre Day, in the form of 7 different meetings with 6 moderators, from March 27th to 31st.

Discussions were held on theatre bringing together performance artists, film and theatre directors, novelists, festival directors, contemporary artists, cultural operators, academicians and audience members, it’s place in today’s preferences, it’s relation to governmentDynamics subsidized establishments, it’s relation to the media, the say cultural policies have in change, it’s relation to the European Union, it’s push in transformation, it’s progress through civilian enterprise and what is taking place in the world currently.

500 people watched the meetings with 35 speakers.

-What’s the deal with Theatre?

-Dynamics Triggering Transformation: Performance Arts – Public Sphere – Civilian Initiative

-Where is Government Subsidized Art Heading?

-Re-thinking United Differences

-New Establishments and New Cultural Policies in a New Age

-If It Only Made the News

-What’s Happening in the World?

 

2007  Dot Play Reading

To introduce new plays and playwrights from different countries a reading of Woman from The Past (Die Frau von Früher) was done April 2007 in collaboration with The Goethe Institute.

The play was read by Uğur Polat, Murat Daltaban, Tülay Günal, Güneş Berberoğlu and Mine Tugay.

Playwright Roland Schimmelpfennig attended a discussion with the audience after the reading.

 

2006 – 2007 – 2009   Touring

A Play For Two

2006 – Al limite al confine LA TURCHIA FRA EUROPA E ASIA in Trent, Italy;

2007 – Balie Theatre within the Festival “Turkey Now” in Amsterdam, The Netherlands;

2007 – International European Festival Projektion Europa, in Hamburg, Germany.

 

The Storyteller

2009 – Dot has performed for the Transeuropa Festival, in Hidelsheim, Germany.

 

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