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Apocalypse
Onassis Stegi
Syngrou 107, Neos Kosmos, 11745

Apocalypse

Theatre

Prophecy, vision, or manifesto of insurrection? The Apocalypse has been exciting imaginations since the first century CE, summoning utopias, dystopias, and revolutionary movements. It is divine prophecy? Escatological preaching? A message of patience, belief, and hope in a better future? A call to insurrection? What’s certain is that this ominous phantasmagoria is a world-changing text.
A director of the new generation, with an idiosyncratic visual sensibility, Thanos Papakonstantinou pays close attention to the Apocalypse of John, takes inspiration for a contemporary ritual, and notes: “The myth of the Apocalypse is a kind of parable for the constant transformations of the human faith in a better world to come.”
From 3-20 October, John’s vision fills the Main Stage of Onassis Stegi. A group of remarkable performers and musicians transfer us to an on-stage allegory of the Second Coming, the four hoursemen, the seven seals, the Lamb of God, 666. Who is deserving of eternal life?

3 October, 2019 to 20 October, 2019
Info: 

Concept & Direction: Thanos Papakonstantinou
Translation: Michaela Pliaplia
Set & Costumes Design: Niki Psychogiou
Music Composition: Panos Iliopoulos
Conductor: Markellos Chryssicopoulos
Movement Design: Nadi Gogoulou
Lighting Design: Christina Thanasoula
Sculpture: Alekos Bourelias
Assistant to the Director: Constantina Aggellopoulou

Performers: Alexia Kaltsiki, Marianna Dimitriou, Kalliopi Simou, Eleni Moleski, Kleopatra Markou, Thanassis Dovris, Sotiris Tsakomidis, Marios Panagiotou, Miltiadis Fiorentzis, Yorgos Dikaios
Musicians: Thodoris Vazakas (percussion), Kostas Gatsios (clarinet/ bass clarinet), Alexis Karaiskakis (cello), Spiros Moschonas (trombone), Eleftheria Togia (viola), Dimitris Tigkas (double bass), Kostas Tsiolis (electronics)
Produced by: Onassis Stegi

Thursday 10 October: After performance talk

On Friday 18 & at the weekends 12-13 and 19-20 October 2019 with English surtitles.

Venue: 
Onassis Stegi
Language: 
greek
Duration: 
95
Hours: 
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday 20:30
Tickets: 
7, 12, 15, 20 €
Special remarks: 
Parking
Reservations are accepted
Credit cards are accepted
Wheelchair accessible
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