Boy with a Suitcase

2015-2016, 2016-2017 National Theatre of Northern Greece/ Youth Theatre, Macedonia – Thrace Unit
Boy with a Suitcase - Mike Kenny
Repeat: Lazaristes Monastery - Sokratis Karantinos Stage, 16/10/2016
Opening: Florina, 28/01/2016

Little Naz lives in a Middle Eastern country.  War breaks out and his family is forced to flee.  However, there isn’t enough money for everyone to leave and Naz’s parents send him to his brother to London alone.  Naz imagines that he is Sinbad the Sailor crossing deserts, mountains and seas with Krysia as his only source of company.  Krysia is a girl, who is also going to London.  In his suitcase, Naz carried with him the stories that his father would tell him.

The production is part of the Union's of Theatres of Europe EU programme "Conflict Zones".

Playwright: Mike Kenny
Director: Mihalis Sionas
Lighting: Thanos Stokas
Lighting: Mihalis Sionas
Choreography: Edgen Lame
95 performances - 20.816 spectators
Florina (28/01/2016)
Argos Orestiko (29/01/2016 - 30/01/2016)
Komotini (04/02/2016 - 06/02/2016)
Xanthi (11/02/2016)
Municipal Theatre of Alexandroupoli (13/02/2016)
Ptolemaida (03/03/2016)
Municipal Theatre of Naoussa (20/03/2016)
Chalkidiki, Polygyros (01/04/2016)
Vassiliko Theatre (08/04/2016 - 20/04/2016)
Chalkidiki, Moudania (13/04/2016)
Giannitsa (15/04/2016)
Cultural Centre of Giannitsa (17/04/2016)
Kavala (21/04/2016 - 22/04/2016)
“Antigoni Valakou” Theatre, Kavala (23/04/2016)
“Aneton” Theatre, Thessaloniki (21/05/2016)
Sykies, 'Manos Katrakis' Open Theatre (27/08/2016)
Lazaristes Monastery - Sokratis Karantinos Stage (16/10/2016 - 07/04/2017)
Thessaloniki Concert Hall (20/01/2017 - 22/01/2017)
Thessaloniki, "Alexandros" Cinema Theatre (18/03/2017)
The multi-award winning British playwright Mike Kenny touches upon a highly topical issue. The performance directed by Michalis Sionas aims to raise young spectators’ awareness regarding the big refugee issue and the issue of forced migration. The production is staged in North Greece’s cities and villages.

It is the first time that a performance for children forms part of the Macedonia-Thrace Unit.
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