The Trojan Women

1966-1967 National Theatre of Northern Greece
The Trojan Women - Euripides
Repeat: Theatro Dassous, 31/08/1967
Launch: Ancient Theatre of Philippi, Kavala, 16/07/1966

The drama by Euripides is taking place in scenery of devastation, under the deserted walls of Troy and gives an image of the shattered civilian women. Central character, Hecuba, surrounded by the daughters, who were left to her, Cassandra, Andromache and the Trojan slaves, composing the Chorus. The poet denounces the barbarities, massacres, and raping of the Trojan people by the Greek invaders, taking place for the infidelity of a woman, Helen, and for the satisfaction of the betrayed husband Menelaus.

Playwright: Euripides
Artistic Director of the NTNG: Sokratis Karantinos
Translation: Kostas Varnalis
Costumes: Liza Zaimi
Performances: 12 - Spectators: 24.370
Ancient Theatre of Thassos (06/08/1966)
Ancient Theatre of Thassos (15/08/1966)
Ancient Theatre of Philippi, Kavala (16/07/1967 - 17/07/1967)
Ancient Theatre of Philippi, Kavala (23/07/1967 - 24/07/1967)
Ancient Theatre of Philippi, Kavala (05/08/1967 - 06/08/1967)
Ancient Theatre of Philippi, Kavala (09/08/1967)
Theatro Dassous (31/08/1967)
Theatro Dassous (01/09/1967)
Theatro Dassous (05/09/1967)
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