The multiactive Art Group Fabrica Athens presents its new production “Love’s Labour’s Lost” directed by Lysandros Spetsieris, at Dekatessera Theater. Three years after the sold out performances of Easter Island at the Anglican Church of St. Paul, Lysandros Spetsieris, spokesman for the modern theatrical generation of iconoclastic theater, returns with W. Shakespeare’s subversive comedy Love’s Labour’s Lost.
A lover of the image and the mixing of the performing arts in each of his performances, he creates together with the fifteen-member troupe a dreamy environment that exudes eroticism and desire.
A puzzle comedy, with thick humor, misunderstandings and games of verbal competition unfolds before us in a place of unfulfilled love, in the new live translation of Christina Bambou – Pagoureli.
The rulers of Spanish Navarre decide to transform the kingdom into a center of spiritual and physical purification, in a new European academy of arts, letters and asceticism. They sterilize themselves and all Navarre nationals, staying away from any immune act and habit. But soon the princess of France and her three favors will arrive in the royal court. The entrance to the palace is forbidden for them and they are forced to spend the night for several nights in the forest.
A pagan game of transformations and childish egoism begins in January at the Dekatessera Theater.
Translation: Christina Babou – Pangoureli
Direction -Adaptation- Art Editing: Lysandros Spetsieris
Digital Space Design: Erato Tzavara
Teaching Movement and Choreography: Vasia Balkanioti
Artistic collaborator for the sound: Dimitris Kanakis
Creating a teaser: Erato Tzavara
Creating a poster: Serafina Sideri
Special Constructions: Stefanos Lolos
Teaching the art of the stilt: Fanis Katechos
Assistant Director: Elia Zacharioudaki
Music: Antonio Lucio Vivaldi
Contact Person: Ioanna Iakovidi, Martha Koskina
Photos: Phaedra Hadjikonstanti
Cast in alphabetical order:
And the little Korina Zachara and Katerina Logaridi
With the Support of Fabrica Athens.
When: Every Monday, Tuesday at 21:00 and Saturday at 18:00 (from Monday 13/01/2020)
Duration: 120 minutes
Ticket: General admission 18 euros, reduced 12 euros, disabled – unemployed 10 euros
* actors card are accepted with the presentation of a renewed card by the S.E.H.
Online Presale: www.viva.gr
Venue: Dekatessera Theater – 10 Kallirrois, Athens
Thanks to Kryolan