1993-1994 National Theatre of Northern Greece
Babylonia - Dimitrios K. Vyzantios
Repeat: Theatro Dassous, 27/08/1994
Opening: Ancient Theatre of Philippi, Kavala, 29/07/1994

In year 1827, the day that Independence of Greece was declared, a group of Greeks from various areas of Greece is in a Lokanta of Nauplio. To celebrate this event, they organize a festival. However, due to their cultural differences, serious misunderstandings lead them all to prison. The act is referred to an episode that has a character of official born date of the state. It takes place in a hotel and a prison.The places are at the same time the home of non of them and of all of them. These so called 'strangers' are there to create relationships. The script is a chance for anyone to actively practice his memory about historical events. It is about the deepest reasons for the Greek yearning. That is why 'Vavylonia' is always well-placed, always alive.

Costumes: Giorgos Ziakas
Composition: Christos Leontis
Choreography: Anastasia Theofanidou
Dramaturgy Consultant: Sotiris Ηaviaras
Music Instruction: Aigli Hava-Vagia
Assistant Director: Sofia Karakantza
Special constructions: Tina Parali
57 performances - 7.917 spectators (1993-1996)
Ancient Theatre of Philippi, Kavala (29/07/1994 - 30/07/1994)
Ancient Theatre of Dion (06/08/1994)
Odeon of Herodes Atticus, Athens (12/08/1994 - 13/08/1994)
Summer Tour (20/08/1994 - 08/09/1994)
Theatro Dassous (27/08/1994 - 28/08/1994)
Vassiliko Theatre (05/11/1994 - 23/11/1994)
Vassiliko Theatre (15/12/1995 - 14/01/1996)
Crete summer tour (05/07/1997 - 09/07/1997)
Siviri Amphitheatre, Halkidiki (09/08/1997)
Theatre of the Society for Macedonian Studies - Central Stage (12/10/1997 - 13/10/1997)