Following the great success of the "Little Truth" show of the adult section of the Melbourne Creative Community Drama and Arts Center last Saturday, a new show is being held on Saturday, February 22.
The new show will be given at 8.30pm in the Melbourne Greek Community Multipurpose Room (Mezzanine, 168 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne), upon public demand.
The premiere of the project at the Clayton Community Center Theater was a huge success, not only in terms of presentation of the work, but also in terms of crowd participation, as all the tickets were sold out.
This is performance is different from the usual activities of the community. Stories full of messages where people were left with thoughts and reflections.
Many friends of theatre left impressed, skeptical, and puzzled by the messages the protagonist's stories conveyed. Many "saw" themselves or even their own people in the little stories that unfolded through the narratives. A
purification of emotions and decisions.
Actors: Konstantinia Gogou, Eleni Babeli, Ioanna Gagani, Panos Apostolou, Lemonia Schina.
Directed by: Eleni Boukouvala.
Texts: From the team members and: Dimitris Troaditis, Eduardo Galeano, Arseni Tarkovsky, Kiki Dimoula, Milto Sachtour, Milan Kundera.
Moderator: Katerina Poutachidou.
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