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Chahine Yavroyan

CHAHINE YAVROYAN Chahine’s previous work with the National Theatre of Scotland includes Anything That Gives Off Light (with The TEAM), Dunsinane (with the Royal Shakespeare Company), Caledonia, Realism, Elizabeth Gordon Quinn and The Wonderful World of Dissocia. Other theatre credits include Monster Raving Loony (The Drum, Plymouth), Bright Phoenix (Liverpool Everyman), Dancing at Lughnasa, Punk Rock (The Lyric, Belfast), Juvenalia, Dr Marigold and Mr Chops, Tuesdays at Tescos (Assembly Rooms), Tartuffe, Khandan, Anita And Me, The Government Inspector, Cold Calling:The Arctic Project,  What Shadows (Birmingham Rep), Unreachable, Hope, The Pass, Narrative, Get Santa, Wig Out!, Relocated, The Lying Kind, Almost Nothing, At the Table, (Royal Court, London), Hedda Gabler, King Lear, The House, Major Barbara (The Abbey, Dublin), Molly Sweeney (The Print Room), A Soldier In Every Son, Measure for Measure, Marat/Sade, God in Ruins, Little Eagles (RSC), Farewell, Half a Glass of Water (Field Day, Derry), Uncle Vanya (Minerva, Chichester), The Lady From The Sea, The Comedy of Errors, Three Sisters (Royal Exchange, Manchester), The Vortex (The Gate, Dublin), Fuente Ovejuna, Punishment Without Revenge, Dr. Faustus (Madrid), Orphans, Dallas Sweetman, Long Time Dead (Paines Plough), Jane Eyre, Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me (Perth Theatre), Il Tempo del Postino (Manchester International Festival), How to Live (Barbican). Dance credits include work with Jasmin Vardimon Dance, Stopgap, Bock and Vincenzi, Frauke Requardt, Colin Poole, Candoco, Ricochet, Rosemary Lee and Arthur Pita. Music work includes Shakespeare400 (RFH), XX Scharnhorst (HMS Belfast), Sevastopol, Home, Dalston Songs (ROH2), Plague Songs (Barbican), The Death of Klinghoffer (Scottish Opera), Jocelyn Pook Ensemble, Diamanda Galas (International). Site specific work includes Wings of Desire, Utopia (Victoria Square, Birmingham), Paradise Lost (Archway Tower, London), Focal Point (Rochester Harbour), Enchanted Parks (Newcastle), Dreams of a Winter Night (Belsay Hall), Deep End (Marshall St Baths) and Ghost Sonata (Sefton Park Palmhouse).