Profound, yet light-hearted and witty.
THE BELL JAR
by Sylvia Plath
TRANSLATED BY: Eleni Iliopoulou
ADAPTED AND DIRECTED BY: Agelita Tsougou
ACTING SUPERVISOR: Theodora Katsifi
ORIGINAL MUSIC: Aris Siafas
LIGHTING DESIGN: Katerina Maragoudaki
COSTUME DESIGN: Angelos Frentzos
PERFORMED BY: Agelita Tsougou
2008-2009, 104 KENTRO LOGOY KAI TECHNIS
The coming-of-age of an eccentric and unconventional girl in her early 20s.
In this semi-autobiographical novel, staged for the first time in Athens, Sylvia Plath’s voice is heard loud and clear.
If you feel you can’t fit in and are desperate to find someone who’ll understand you, Esther Greenwood will be your best friend. Tracking her strange progress toward adulthood you’ll achieve the strength and stability to move forward: getting to know yourself and ignoring what others might try to impose on you.
The favourite show for all twenty year olds, and surely the only show that acknowledges how hard it is to become a socially-accepted member of adult society.
Shows in English and Greek.