'Six Popular Pictures': Its about six dances based upon six famous popular songs. They express a deep sadness, maybe the sadness of an unsatisfied love, maybe the nostalgy of an ideal beauty, which is lost forever. The main character of these songs is a young man who seeks the unequalled beauty although by the time he reaches it and believes that he has conquered it, he understands that it is just an illusive dream and returns back to his everlasting misery. 'Pithoprakta': In 'pithoprakta' of Ioannis Xenakis the chorography tries, without the help of any particular theme, to present with the movement only, the character and the structure of the music. The audience is free to think what it likes in what they see on stage.'The Cursed Serpent': An episode from the theatre of Karagkiozis. The whole town is terrified by the appearance of a terrible serpent. Pasha, at a critical moment, gives his daughter and a large amount of money to the man who manages to kill the monster. Various heroes pass trough the stage trying in vain to kill the serpent, however only Alexander the Great is a considerable rival. Karagkiozis interferes and helps Alexander at a difficult moment believing that he himself killed the wild beast. In the end the truth is revealed and Karagkiozis gets a good beating in the general hilarity.