Viaggio nel teatro greco contemporaneo
Travelling through contemporary Greek theatre through the publication of seven texts by seven fascinating playwrights from the Platonic spaces of the scene is an elementary and indispensable act of passion.
The works of Nina Rapi on possible identities, of Yannis Mavritsakis on the fear of loss and love relationships, of Elena Penga on the re-emergence of objects as powerful witnesses of life, of Tzanatos Tsimaras on the biblical tradition and philosophical thought of ancient Greece, of Andreas Staikos who analyses the world of idols and metamorphoses, of Akis Dimou who celebrates the power of dreams, of Sofia Kapsourou who is committed to distilling the shadows of loving incommunicability, compose an ideal kaleidoscope in which to hear the heartbeat of Greek dramaturgy. The endowment of these scriptures is a lively flow of energies that oscillate between the living and the dead, ghosts and matter, thoughts and actions, demonstrating that life, like theatre, is wonderfully without dimensions.
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