“Insenso” to open theatre circle of Cultural Capital of Europe 2016 in Poland
“Insenso,” written by Dimitris Dimitriadis, and directed by Peter Sevastikoglou, will open the theatre circle of the Cultural Capital of Europe 2016 in Wroclaw, Poland, on January 15.
In the theatre of the renovated old train station in Wroclaw, Alexandra Kazazou will perform the monologue of Countess Livia Serpieri on love and passion that led to humiliation and triple betrayal -the country, social class, lover.
The play, a co-production of the Grotowski Institute and the Avant Art, will be in the Greek language and it will contest in the Theatrical Olympiad to be held in autumn 2016 in Wroclaw.
“For Dimitriadis, as for many people, love is one of the most revolutionary elements of life, one of those that shake our inner world. I think that the work indirectly has to do with what we are experiencing today, our effort to overcome what we take for granted, and try something that we do not dare,” Sevastikoglou explained.
There is no music as it is based on the musicality of the text that the author himself has called a “silent opera.”
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