This contemporary play directed by P. Dimitrakopoulou is a nightmare comedy, successfully performed for four months at the Faust Theater in Athens.
Actors : Panos Zournazidis and Sifis Polyzopides in the two roles of the Operator and the Recipient of the nightmarish experiment.
“The Lebensraum will make you review the role of the viewer in theater and life” (Arianna Stathakopoulou, 07-02-2017)
WHEN: 19th – 21st April 21.30 – 22.45
WHERE: Venizelio Conservatory Nikiforou Foka 5, Chania
TICKETS: € 13 (regular) 10 Euros (unemployed, students), € 7 (People with Disabilities, Degrees).
Pre-sale € 10: Venizelio Conservatory of Chania, viva.gr
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Two men meet on the stage of a theater. One is the operator of the experiment, the other one is offered to become a guinea pig for a fee. Everything seems almost funny, until at some point things are “crooked” ….
It is also noted that the leading role of Panos Zournatzidis in Lebensraum, was decisive in the abolition of a law in 2016 which said that people with disabilities were not allowed to study at the Higher Drama Schools and were even excluded from the entrance examinations.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Thanasis Triarides was born in 1970 in Thessaloniki. He was an activist for the social rights of gypsies in the years 1996-2001 and since 2009 he has been a conscientious objector. Since 2000 he has published more than 40 books with narratives and essays – among them the novels The Wind Whistles in the Cupola (2000), the Study The Will of the Buried People (2005), The Green Diamonds, The Morning of the Buried People. He has also published more than 300 aesthetic and political essays and articles, and has edited various series and magazines. Since 2007, he has been organizing seminars on European culture. All his books and all his published texts can be found at http://triaridis.gr/
He has published fourteen theatrical productions: La ultima noche or Sharks (2010), Historia de un amor or ants (2011) and Mengellé (2012), Liberté (2013), Égalité (2013), Fraternité ), Humlet (2013), Oidins (2013), Zot (2013), Lebensraum (2014), Zyklon or destiny (2014), Lacrimosa or Emotion (2014), Dämmerung (2015). Eight of these have toured Athens and other cities in Greece, Germany and Cyprus and have been translated into English, French and German.
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