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Théâtre du Bout du Monde

Improvisation with objects workshop with objects

Text and direction / Prodromos Tsinikoris

JUL 11 - 20:00

TEATRO DE LA ABADÍA

100'
Greek/Sephardic
(Spanish and English sub.)

Text and direction
PRODROMOS TSINIKORIS

Cast:  
ALEXANDRA CHATZOPOULOU-SAIAS
NATASSA DALIAKA
PANAGIOTIS MANOUILIDIS
PRODROMOS TSINIKORIS

Set design and costumes
ELENI STROULIA

Music and sound space
PANAGIOTIS MANOUILIDIS

Lightning
ELIZA ALEXANDROPOULOU

Video
CHARIS PECHLIVANIDIS
ELENI STROULIA

Research team in the city:
ELENI STROULIA
ELLI NALMPANTI
MAIRA KONSTANTINIDOU
LOUIZA - MARIA CHARALAMPOUS

Historical advisor and coordination of educational workshops
TATIANA LIANI

Dramaturgical consultancy
MARTIN VALDÉS - STAUBER

assistant director
NATASSA DALIAKA

Lighting assistant
ELLI NALMPANTI

TooFarEast Production Coordination
NIKOS MAVRAKIS

NTNG production coordination
MARIA LAZARIDOU

In March 1943, the first train to Auschwitz from Thessaloniki left. In August of that year, 50,000 Jews were deported there, most of whom never returned. 96% of the city's Jewish community was exterminated in Nazi concentration camps. The houses and properties they left behind ended up in the hands of property custody agents, the furniture and utensils ended up in Christian houses and shops, the marble slabs from the old cemetery were relocated to the most unexpected places in the city...The Jewish community largest in the Balkans, disappeared from the map while a new social and economic elite emerged.

Who collaborated with the violence and who helped the resistance? What were the mechanisms to forget what happened and what is the role of a theater? Why are we interested in this story of the past now and how does it relate to our own future? In an attempt to bring us closer to that bygone era, the artistic team on stage speaks with guests from the past, present and future of the city of Thessaloniki and shows us the results of an investigation to compose a new historical and social mural of this “city of ghosts”

IMÁGENES

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