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Epidaurus Ancient Theater
Αγαπημένα Social
THEATRE

Theatre Diadromi - Petros Filippidis

Peace by Aristophanes

16 & 17 September 2011,
21:00
Odeon of Herodes Atticus
Translated by
Kostas Georgousopoulos
 
Dramaturgy
Petros Filippidis
Giorgos Galitis
Giorgos Lefas
 
Directed by
Petros Filippidis
 
Sets
Giannis Kottis
 
Costumes
Giannis Metzikof
 
Music
Minos Matsas
 
Choreography
Elpida Ninou
 
Lighting
Eleftheria Deko
See all Team
 
Assistant director
Angelos Bouras
 
Assistant chorographer
Thanasis Giannakopoulos
 
Assistant costume designer
Pany Bali
 
Music coaching
Panagiotis Tsevas
 
With
Petros Filippidis
Panos Stathakopoulos
Giorgos Galitis
Christos Simardanis
Konstantinos Giannakopoulos
Angelos Bouras
Spyros Pappas
Orestis Tziovas
Takis Papamatthaiou
Christos Simardanis
Lefteris Eleftheriou
Giannis Degaitis
Spyros Svigos
Dimitris Degaitis
Tasos Iordanidis
Iris Papaioannou-Depo
Yakinthi Metzikof
Christina-Ioustina Archonti
Aris Plaskovitis
 
Chorus of farmers
Konstantinos Giannakopoulos
Dimitris Degaitis
Dimitris Vogiatzis
Thodoris Bouzikakos
Manolis Chourdakis
Charis Mavroudis
Angelos Bouras
Spyros Pappas
Tasos Iordanidis
Christos Syriotis
Orestis Tziovas
Lefteris Eleftheriou
Stavros Svigos
Antonis Antonakos
Dimitris Samolis
Petros Georgopalis
Have the gods abandoned Greece?
 
The Peloponnesian War has been raging for ten years, and the desperation and despondency are palpable. Trygaeus of Athens, a shrewd man, decides to take matters in his own hands: climbing astride a huge beetle, he flies up to the heavens for a word with Zeus.
 
Written in 421 BC, Peace, a paean to rural life in which Aristophanes condemns war and parodies the theatre of his own era, is as relevant today as it ever was.
 
Directing at Epidaurus for the first time, the sparkling comic actor, Petros Filippidis, plays the lead role amidst a cast of celebrated actors.
 
 
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