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Black Snow – A Dead Man’s Memoir

Black Snow – A Dead Man’s Memoir | Μαυρο Χιονι – Το Ημερολογιο ενος μακαριτη

Half-way through its journey, the Dimitria Festival gives the floor to Kostas Filippoglou’s Black Snow – A Dead Man’s Memoir, a ravishing and quixotic interpretation of Mikhail Bulgakov’s unfinished novel of the same name. Seven actors run, walk, fall and lie on the Theatre Aneton’s stage, ripping off the written page a dream-like world for us to muse and enjoy, …

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Our Secrets

Our Secrets

Budapest, Hungary, 1980, Eastern bloc. The Socialist Workers’ Party is in power, and everyday life has to find its way among a police state, spies, self-publishing dissidents and a culture that is not willing to be vanquished by communist censorship. Our Secrets by the Béla Pintér and Company gives us a bittersweet look on those yellowed days with a very …

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Gogols Dream Main

OOOO – The Dream of Gogol

The 52nd Dimitria Festival has begun. This self-confident international theatre, visual art, dance, film and music festival revives Thessaloniki under the guidance of a very specific common thread: «the path of renewal and extroversion. The path of dialogue and interaction». And what better way to plunge the audience in this hellish otherness, as some might say, than with Bulgarian-based Sfumato …

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Orlando

Orlando – Ορλαντο

Yet another company from Athens comes knocking at Thessaloniki’s doors, again with a classical text from 20th century literature. Virginia Woolf’s Orlando takes the Small Theatre Moni Lazariston by storm with Amalia Kavali’s breathless show of histrionic prowess that echoes in a vaudeville-like direction which leaves no space for a second opinion.

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Prometheus Bound

Prometheus Bound

The last appointment with the 1st Meeting of Young Artists of Southeast Europe Ancient Drama and Politics, Tracing Limits and Possibilities indulges on a change of course, presenting A4M’s latest production, Prometheus Bound, a performance/installation with a body, a voice and two sounds. The audience is asked to step on the stage, and some get too burned by the limelight.

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