1995-1996 National Theatre of Northern Greece
Lysistrata - Aristophanes
Opening: Theatro Dassous, 01/08/1996

'Lysistrata' was written from Aristophanes in 411 B.C. The plays 'Ecclesiazusae', 'Thesmophoriazousae' and 'Lysistrata' consists the well-known triptych of the poet concerning women's comedies. Aristophanes expresses in 'Lysistrata', the revolutionary, for his time, points of view, for the social position of woman. The women in this play vindicate their rights on major matters of the State, and even dare ask the assignment of rights in metics and foreigners.

Playwright: Aristophanes
Translation: K.H. Myris
Director: Giannis Rigas
Choreography: Mina Yo
Assistant Director: Kyriaki Spanou
Assistant Director: Stefani Tsakona
Assistant Choreographer: Stefani Tsakona
4 performances - 4.400 spectatrors
Theatro Dassous (01/08/1996 - 02/08/1996)
Odeon of Herodes Atticus, Athens (17/08/1996 - 18/08/1996)
Athens Festival