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Ιφιγένεια η εν Αυλίδι
The National Theatre of Northern Greece knocks once again at the Athens & Epidaurus Festival’s doors with a play by Euripides, Iphigenia in Aulis, showing an unexpectedly patriotic face in a very dangerous political framework that could tilt the precarious balance of the Greek society, shattering its glass bones...
Πυρκαγιές Scorched
A fire that does not burn to its fullest potential, leaving our skin unblemished by its otherwise raging flames: this was the premiere of Wajdi Mouawad’s Scorched through the eyes of Io Voulgaraki, a damp attempt at starting a blaze.   Μια φωτιά που δεν καίει στο μέγιστο δυναμικό της, αφήνοντας...
A Modern Phrygian Eunuch
Grandiosely produced, newly translated and firstly staged for the Athens & Epidaurus Festival 2018, Euripides’ Orestes by NTNG’s Artistic Director Yannis Anastasakis reminds us that no matter how hard we try, within our own human means, the nape will always be a mystery for the eye, unless we agree...
This article is the translation into Greek of the review Brand New Ancients written by Francesco Chiaro. Translated by Arabatzoglou Stavroula. To Festen/Οικογενειακή γιορτή μας στοιχειώνει απο το 1998 όταν ο ιδιοφυής Τόμας Βίντερμπεργκ (μέλος του δανέζικου, αντισυμβατικού,κινηματογραφικού κινήματος "Δόγμα 95"), μας σύστησε το ωμό, ρεαλιστικό δράμα που αφορά στην...
Festen
Ever since 1998, the genius of Thomas Vinterberg (member of the Danish mavericks-only filmmaking movement Dogme 95) has been haunting us with his Festen, a raw, verité drama revolving around a terrible secret kept hidden behind the social clutches of a well-off family from Denmark. A few years later,...

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