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ANCIENT THEATRE OF EPIDAURUS
24 - 26 JULY / 21:00
National Theatre of Greece - Dimitris Lignadis
The Persians (472 BC) is both the oldest extant ancient drama and a historical document about the most significant armed conflict during the second Persian invasion of Greece: the Battle of Salamis. Aeschylus’ tragedy focuses on one of the most pivotal battles in human history, in which the dramatist personally fought. Without boasts and exultation, respectful of the grief of the defeated side, Aeschylus celebrates individual freedom, juxtaposing democratic ideals with despotism and blind allegiance to power. Those who are guided by prudence emerge victorious, whereas those who are guided by arrogance, cross the line and offend gods and humans with their vanity end up being punished by justice.
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Cast and Crew
Translation – Metric coaching
Th. K. Stefanopoulos
• Directed by
• Set design
• Costume design
• Choreography - Movement
• Lighting design
• Musical coaching
• Assistant to the director
Assistant to the set designer
Assistant to the costume and set designer
Assistants to the choreographer
Markella Manoliadou, Angelos Panagopoulos
Assistant to the lighting designer
Cast (in alphabetical order)
Vasilis Athanasopoulos, Alberto Fais, Konstantinos Gavalas, Nikos Karathanos, Lydia Koniordou, Spyros Kyriazopoulos, Alkiviadis Maggonas, Laertis Malkotsis, Giorgos Mavridis, Argyris Pantazaras, Dimitris Papanikolaou, Giannos Perlengas, Giannis Vogiatzis, Argyris Xafis
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