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15.00 €
Balcony, Box Left, Box Right, Orchestra

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“In the beginning”, as stated by a divine voice, “there was chaos”. But why stop there? The disorder continues in the middle and in the end of the Bible too! The Bible: the complete word of God (Abridged) by Adam Long, Reed Martin and Austin Tichenor is a witty, hilarious comedy striving to understand “authentic stories” that we came across early on in history. Unquestionably, the work, which “falsifies the most significant story ever acknowledged as a fact” contains exceptional, surrealistically theatrical moments. In this play, the ultimate religious question is one and only: does God have a sense of humour? Undoubtedly yes. Otherwise, why would he leave the Children of Israel wonder around the Middle East for 40 years just to offer them a piece of land without oil?

A barrage of images created by three actors-performers and a musician, in a show with singing, dancing and pondering on fundamental questions. “Should the Bible be interpreted literally”? Through comic situations, the four performers explore issues of religious freedom. A work reflecting on our responsibilities, our choices, limitations and freedom; reflecting on life itself.

To what extent have we been affected by the best-selling work of all times, even if we barely ever read it until the end?

Written by: Adam Long, Reed Martin, Austin Tichenor
Translated by: Errikos Belies
Directed by: Eleni Anastasiou
Dramaturgy: Michalis Papadopoulos

Cast: Aris Kyprianou, Klitos Komodikis, Vassilis Pafitis
Musician on stage: Savvas Chrysostomou
Set design: Eleni Ioannou
Costume design: Marina Nicolaidou
Lighting design: Carolina Spyrou
Movement director: Ivie Hadjivassiliou

With English and Greek subtitles

Duration: 75'

Tickets: €15 /10

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