Two-one act plays of the Modern Greek Theatre acted in one unified performance. In 'The Comedy of the Fly', the interrogator and murderer are the two characters that conflict each other during the play. Through a farce- examination, with many allegoric elements, the complicated identity of a modern man and the social model reflected through him takes place on stage. The second one-act play 'The Ceremony' is not but a funeral made by eight women in a house. These women, who appear dressed, with make up of the latest fashion had understood the ceremony of the funeral as a social event and think hard for what the guests are going to eat or how they will pass that day. When it comes a moment when the coffin with the dead woman gets lost, panic reaches its zenith and the comic- tragic situations succeed one another.