Love and Laments of Women brings together powerful female monologues in one enchanting evening at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus in Athens.
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Inspired by Euripides’ great tragedies, this performance is made up of major Greek actors and a twelve-member chorus, who will heighten the passion, intensity and conflicts of these monologues.
A performance of Euripides’ famous heroines from his iconic works including, Medea, Electra, Alcestis and more.
Presented by The Actor’s House and the cultural organization, Sound & Picture Theatre.
Directed by Panos Angelopoulos
Duration: 1 hour and 45 minutes
Why Athens Tip: This production will be performed in Greek, subtitles in English may not be available.
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