ROMEO AND JULIET on the road

2015-2016 National Theatre of Northern Greece/ Youth Theatre
ROMEO AND JULIET on the road
Opening: Lazaristes Monastery - Sokratis Karantinos Stage, 4/10/2015

Why is there so much hate on the road? Maybe I am born different? Unable to be loved? Or able to be loved only by few? Shakespeare’s word passes through the channels of the modern consumer society and illuminates the limits of love, hate, racism. The borderline of personal revolution and self-construction. A multimedia performance in which hip hop, classical music, dance, speech and video visualize the universe of an emblematic adolescent love, that of Romeo and Juliet.

Translation: Leonidas Lefteris
Translation: Raia Mouzenidou
Interpretation: Leonidas Lefteris
Interpretation: Raia Mouzenidou
Costumes: Chrysa Serdari
Costumes: Hara Tsouvala
Lyrics: Mara Tsikara
Lighting: Stella Kaltsou
Dramaturgical Advising: Filothei Eleftheriadou
Sociological Research: Eirini Karachristou
Director’s Assistant: Evi Sarmi
Director’s Assistant: Asteropi Haritidou
97 performances - 25.287 spectators
Lazaristes Monastery - Sokratis Karantinos Stage (04/10/2015 - 24/04/2016)
Based on Willliam Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”
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