Theatre: ‘La Nona’ (or When Granny is a hungry Monster) – Kissamos 6th -10th December

The Kissamos amateur theatre group ‘Πρόβα 4ώρουν’ is performing Roberto Cossa’s black comedy “La Nona”  under the auspices of the Kissamos Philological Association – the 9th theatrical production of the theatre group since they started in 2010.

WHEN: daily from 6th – 10th December at 21.00
WHERE: Event hall of Municipality Kissamos

Duration: 1: 30΄
Ticket price: 10 € and 5 € for students, students and unemployed.
The proceeds will go to the maintenance  of  the library of the Kissamos.

This is the 9th theatrical production of the band that started its efforts in 2010.

ABOUT THE PLAY:

A family of Italian descent in Buenos Aires is driven into poverty and desperation by its centenarian grandmother, who is eating them out of house and home. Her language is a hilarious mixture of two languages, but she is easy to comprehend – every word is about food and she does nothing but eat.
Her family’s efforts to avoid ruin become schemes to get rid of Nonna. But the great survivor is as impervious to their plots as she has been to time for a century. Each trap they lay for her springs on one of them. In the end, every stick of furniture may be gone, even the lampshades, but Nonna remains, still eating.
Everyone is threatened by granny. How far will they go to escape her bulimic fury? What will they do to survive?

Direction : Thanassis Triantafyllos
Acting: Irida Vestakis, Maria Kakavelakis, Haris Kokolakis, Kostis Kiritsakis, Spyros Pappas, Manolis Ploumidis, Popi Chochlakis.

For more information:
https://www.facebook.com/events/816437238810530

Contact person: Ino Georgakakis, 6972785171

Source: biscotto.gr

 

 

 

 

6-10 Dceember La Nona

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