Erophile – Exercise 2

CHoROS Theatre Company – Simos Kakalas

Yet Erofili’s love led Panareton to love her so much […] that, unbeknown to her father,

he set the preparations for their wedding in motion and slept with her. That would be the cause of great evil…”Simos Kakalas and the Choros theatre company continue to bring talent, daring and coherence to their experiments with traditional forms. Following on from Draft 1, which they took to villages around Crete, they return to Erofili, this tragic love story with anti-establishment undertones. An italian-influenced masterpiece in verse form, Erofili was written in Rethymnon circa 1595.

Direction: Simos Kakalas
Dramaturgy: Margarita Krana
Special consultant – philologist: Natalia Deligiannaki
Set and costume design: Martha Foka
Movement:  Dimitris Sotiriou
Lighting design: Periklis Mathiellis

With: Simos Kakalas, Dimitra Kouza, Elena Mavridou, Giannos Perlengas, Christos Sapountzis
Musicians: Kostis Kyritsakis, Christos Barbas, Giannis Papadopoulos, Charis Porfiridis

30 July 2010, 21:30

Ancient Epidaurus Little Theatre

source: greek festival

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