Privatopia, 2013

7 male - 4 female, and other characters

Maria Efstathiadi

How can a foreign cat cause panic within a rich ghetto. A comic, clown-like presentation of the closed, fortified high security societies, where the "privileged" choose to live off the fear of others.  It is a very common phenomenon in other countries, that gradually becomes a reality in Greece as well, as the seclusion and marginalization of an increasing percentage of population are intensified.

The play is presented in three axis that touch one another: inside the walls, a television show, and outside the walls. Three narratives that use language in a different way. Farce may as well be the most effective way to present the horror.



Privatopia, 2013

7 male - 4 female, and other characters

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3 male - 6 female

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1 female or 1 male - 2 female

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6 male - 6 female

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1 male – 1 female

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[Translation: Elina Palaska]


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