In his first play entitled “My Suicide”, which premieres on December 5 at the Fabrica Artspace, Dimitris Katsimiris wonders with humor and sarcasm “Where does a person go when he commits suicide?” In heaven; To hell; What if in Hell it’s nice? “
In the play “My Suicide”, where the questions never stop, the direction is signed by Dimitris Stamoulis. Starring Chrysothemis Amanatidis and writer Dimitris Katsimiris.
A young man commits suicide in his bedroom and ends up in Hell. There he is greeted by an enigmatic woman, who has under her protection all the suicide bombers who end up there. This woman provides him with emotional and erotic satisfaction, security and fullness. The days are spent wonderfully with her in Hell, until an event turns the story upside down.
“Behind a suicide it is difficult to find its causes and reasons. You can only make assumptions. Every case is different, simply because every person is different. But one certainty, at least to me, is that all these “sensitive” suicides were deceived by someone who convinced them that life is not worth living. This person is most of the time ourselves. ”
“Is life worth it? Pain in death? Is there a aftermath? Are you burning in hell? “My Suicide”, the first play by Dimitris Katsimiris, talks about all this with irony, humor and a mood of sarcasm. Fear, anxiety for the first time, vanity, expectations…
Everything goes through his work like an absurd game. The questions never stop. Are there any answers? Who knows…”
The show will be played from December 5, 2014 to January 24, 2015, every Friday and Saturday at 9:30 pm, at the Fabrica Technopark (125 Meg. Alexandrou), Kerameikos.
Author: Dimitris Katsimiris
Director: Dimitris Stamoulis
Assistant director – Music Editing: Giannis Savva
Poster sketch – Stage space: Dimitris Stamoulis
Masks: Olympia Sideridou
Lighting design – Photo: Pavlos Mavridis
Video-trailer: Antonis Dimitropoulos
Production Execution: 14P
The actors are Chrysothemis Amanatidis, Dimitris Katsimiris
Alexander the Great 125
Reservations: 2103411651 – 6937686795
Days – Performance Hours – Ticket Price
Every Friday and Saturday
at 9:30 p.m.
Performance duration 60 minutes
Ticket price: 10 euros, Student / exemption / unemployed: 5 euros.