5 of the most notable Greek playwrights, two women and three men
5 voices representative of contemporary Greek dramaturgy in all its diversity
A palimpsest of plays indicative of the current theatre trends in Greece.
A fusion of concerns, feelings and ideas, taking you on a journey to Greek theatre. Because Greek theatre does not stop at ancient tragedy and comedy.
Lena Kitsopoulou, M.A.I.R.O.U.L.A.
Existential anxieties consume a ‘strange’ woman who wants to leave all that is tormenting her behind.
Nina Rapi, Angelstate
In an imaginary space of expiation six characters seek truths while battling with desire, loss and guilt.
Yannis Mavritsakis, Wolfgang
Based on a real event that ‘traumatised’ civilized Europe, a man obsessively seeks absolute devotion by totally depriving a woman’s freedom.
Akis Dimou, … and Juliet
A monologue about sexual loneliness. Our heroine, an aged Juliet reminisces upon the traumas of love.
Charalampos Giannou, Hungry
A common family crisis takes an unexpected turn in a series of tragicomic events and becomes a total disaster.