Peut-Être Theatre brings a surreal poetic aesthetic to the world of children’s theatre. Driven by a desire to create unforgettable early theatrical experiences for young audiences, Artistic Director Daphna Attias’ shows effectively combine the visual, the physical and the musical.
The company’s previous productions include: Tidy Up, Shh…Bang!, Dare to Sea, Clunk ,The Tin Soldier The Little Bird Who Stayed For Winter, Draw Me A Bird, The Bug and the Butterfly & This is a That.
Peut-Être Theatre have been touring nationally and internationally since 2008, to venues such as; Roundhouse, Royal Albert Hall, South Bank Centre, National Theatre, The Egg, Polka Theatre, Barnsley Civic, and Arc Stockton.
“It’s moving to think that this is the first experience of theatre for some in the audience.”
“Peut-être Theatre raises the bar of children’s theatre in concept, design, and execution.”
British Theatre Guide
“Proof that children’s theatre can be beautiful and brainy without losing sight of a good old-fashioned story.”
What’s On Stage
Daphna Attias – Artistic director
Daphna is Artistic director of Peut-Être Theatre She has directed all of the company’s work to date: Shh…Bang!, Dare to Sea, The Tin Soldier, Clunk, The Little Bird who stayed for winter, Draw me a Bird, The Bug and the Butterfly & This is a That.
She is also Co-Artistic Director of Dante or Die Theatre who make ambitious and striking site-sensitive productions for which she directed: Take On Me, Handle With Care, I Do, La Fille à la Mode, Side Effects & Caliper Boy.
Her work has been presented and performed nationally and internationally at venues such as Almeida Theatre, Roundhouse, Royal Albert Hall, Brighton Festival, Southbank Centre, The Place, Royal Opera House, The Lowry, Barnsley Civic, The Arc Stockton, The Egg Bath, Polka Theare, National Theatre’s Watch This Space, Drama Centre Singapore, Ziguzajg Festival Malta, Israel Festival for Children in Israel.
Maya Politaki – Associate Artist
Maya studied theatre and dance in Athens. She is the founding member of standnotamazed. She has been a member of Peut-Être Theatre since 2007.
Maya is a graduate of the MA-ATP course at The Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London.
She has worked with the Greek National and also film and TV. Her works include ‘Love and Other Magic Tricks’ which received Best Production Award and nomination for Best New Writing at the Buxton Fringe Festival 2009. Other stage credits include Masque Arias (RSC), Crime and Punishment Underground (Barbican/Bites), The Quitters (the Place),Hamlet (site-specific), Measure for Measure (site-specific), Into the Closet (Edinburgh Festival).
Board of trustees: Kerry Andrews, Tom Brain, Sarah Lowry, Renata McDonnel, Martin Norwood, Rupert Rowbotham & Roman Stefanski