Labor by Poreia Theatre
Trikorfon 3-5, Athens
17 May 2022
A powerful work / comment on the alteration of our image, on the life we have never lived, on the construction of our memories, on the repressed existential issues, on the self-deceptions that save us (?), On the choices that determine us. The play is directed by the young Emily Louizou, a Greek director living in London, whose work attracted the broad interest of the public and the theatrical world of the British capital. On the cast, three outstanding actors, Stelios Mainas, Ioanna Pappas and Orestis Chalkias.
A couple of plastic surgeons have managed to overcome time and live in endless isolation. And there comes a night, when a young man knocks on their door. He can’t remember who he is due to an accident he just had. They host and treat him. However, as the days go by, the couple becomes more and more attached to the young man. They begin to interfere with his appearance with a scalpel and scissors. As his face changes, he becomes their child.
A thriller about a violent birth and a house that sucks the child like a black hole.
Cast: Stelios Mainas, Ioanna Pappas, Orestis Chalkias.
Author: Anthi Tsirouki
Directed by: Emily Louizou
Scene designer: Thalia Melissa
Costumes: Alexandros Garnavos
Music: Irene Skylakaki
Movement: Alkistis Polychroni
Lighting: Alekos Anastasiou
Sculptor-Art Collaborator: Grigoris Myrgiotis
Performances wil take place on the 17th and 23rd of May. Start time: 21:00
The event follows all required guidelines of the public health authority to prevent the spread of COVID 19.
Closest Metro Station: Victoria
Metro to Venue: 4 minutes walking
Wheelchair Accessibility YES