Firing range in Athens

2015 Ibsen Scholarship winning project We: the dramaturgy of the crisis premiers at The Experimental Stage of the National Theatre in Athens, Greece on November 11th.

Firing range (wild ducks)

Firing range (wild ducks)

Firing range (wild ducks)

Firing range (wild ducks)

 

Firing range (wild ducks)

Firing range (wild ducks) is the third and final part of the triptych WE: the dramaturgy of the crisis that has used elements from several Ibsen plays as a dramatic background to an interpretation of the contemporary Greek crisis. Having as a springboard Henrik Ibsen’s masterpiece The wild duck, the performance attempts to discover what lies beneath the concept of identity, adaptation and interpretation of roles both in theatre and in everyday life. Influx artist collective returns to Ibsen this time in order to explore the guilt of the parents and look for answers to the timeless questions of “Who am I?” and “Who I would like to be?”.

Conceived and directed by: influx artist collective

Dramaturgy:   Prodromos Tsinikoris
Assistant director:  Marilena Katranidou
Set design & costumes:  Dido Gkogkou, Eleni Kanakidou, Sonia Samartzidou
Lighting design:   Nikos Vlasopoulos
Music:    Giorgos Dousos, Lefteris Moutsinas
Production manager:  Stavroula Dimitriadou

Cast:

Anthi Efstratiadou  Hialmar Ekdal
Eirini Kyriakou   Hedvig Ekdal
Klea Samanta   Mr Werle / Old Ekdal
Charis Pechlivanidis  Gregers Werle


At the Experimental Stage of the National Theatre of Greece (Athens)
Wednesday through Sunday
21:00
11/11/2016 – 11/12/2016
 

PHOTO: Karol Jarek