Fairy Tale Without Name

1978-1979 National Theatre of Northern Greece
Fairy Tale Without Name - Iakovos Kabanellis
Opening: Theatre of the Society for Macedonian Studies - Central Stage, 25/03/1979

The 'Fairy Tale Without Name' is one of the most loved plays of Iakovos Kampanellis , based on the homonymous story of Penelope Delta. The myth is an allegory of Greece, devastated from the various political and social suffering, giving the chance to the writer to approach the Modern Greek reality and its problems. The 'Fairy Tale Without Name' talks about a country where its masters and people are being mobilized for war. The writer's goal is to speak about the falsehood of the time, which under great names calling them as ideals, the decline of every era is hiding. The war, this shattering phenomenon for people, helps the writer to satirize and show how the country is governed and how the people react.

Playwright: Iakovos Kabanellis
Director: Kostas Bakas
Costumes: Giorgos Patsas
Composition: Thanos Mikroutsikos
Music Instruction: Aigli Hava-Vagia
16 performances - 11.822 spectators
Theatre of the Society for Macedonian Studies - Central Stage (25/03/1979 - 14/04/1979)