Theatre “Four Minutes and 12 Seconds” Chania 15th – 20th December, Kydonia Theatre

This  play by the  English writer James Fritz  is a response to sexual violence among teenage children and refers to modern technological developments and the reckless use of these, and also addresses this major issue within the family.

The Theatre Company “MNHMH” (“MEMORY”) presents the play “Four Minutes and Twelve Seconds” in the “KYDONIA THEATRE”.

WHEN:   15th – 20th December. Premiere 15th December  9.30 pm
8th December 8 pm

WHERE: Theatre Kydonia,Υψηλαντών 12  Chania ( 7 min ‘s walk from Market Hall). For map click here.


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This play premiered at Hampstead Theatre in London in 2014 and  one year later James Fitz was awarded the prize “The most promising playwright writer ” by the Association of Theatre Critics London.

The performance will be accompanied by a programme:
 book translation of the play, author’s note specifically for the performance of Chania, quotes in the project documents, biography of the author, and photos from the show.

 

Translation:
Dimitris Kiousi
Director:
Michael Virvidakis

Actors:
Katerina Mandil, Dia Koskina, George Gelalis and Michael Taktikakis.

Performances:

Thursday  December 15, premiere   9: 30 pm

Friday December 16,  9: 30  pm

Saturday, December 17, 9: 30  pm

Sunday December 18,  8  pm

Monday, December 19,  9: 30  pm

Tuesday, December 20,  9: 30  pm

 

The performance will be accompanied by a program – book translation of the work, author’s note specifically for the performance of Chania, quotes in the project documents, biography of the author, and photos from the show.

For more information click here:
Theatre Kydonia 

photo credits:

http://www.haniotika-nea.gr/tessera-lepta-ke-dodeka-defterolepta-2/

https://www.theguardian.com/stage/2015/nov/13

 

 

 

 

 

 

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