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Epidaurus Ancient Theater / EPIDAURUS

Iphigenia in Aulis by Euripides

In the tragedy “Iphigenia in Aulis”, the main heroine dies for the sake of a futile, destructive imperialist war. A decadent society sacrifices Iphigenia, who embodies an entire generation of young people. In the wake of 20 years of Peloponnesian War, Euripides seemingly wonders: is a paradigm shift feasible? 2,500 years later, as we begin to perceive the first signs of a dystopian future, we also keep wondering: can things ever change? Themis Moumoulidis presents a performance reflecting on the past, present, and future

Directed by Themis Moumoulidis

Cast: Maria Petevi (Iphigenia), Lazaros Georgakopoulos (Agamemnon), Pantelis Dentakis (Old servant), Ioanna Pappa (Clytemnestra), Akis Sakellariou (Menelaus), Giorgos Chrysostomou (Achilles)

Friday 19 August, 21:00
Saturday 20 August, 21:00

Tickets: From 10€  to 70€

With Greek and English surtitles.



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