2001-2002 National Theatre of Northern Greece
Flight - Mikhail Bulgakov
Opening: Lazaristes Monastery - Sokratis Karantinos Stage, 17/03/2002

Eight dreams - or rather nightmares, record the anguish of a society ravaged by the horrors of war and violent exile. Mikhail Bulgakov, the 'heretic' of the Soviet regime, armed with only his penetrating, relentless humor and raging satire, leads us into a wandering journey from the frozen Crimea to Constantinople and the flamboyant Paris, taking pictures of a chaotic world that desperately tries to get away of (maybe)

Playwright: Mikhail Bulgakov
Translation: Maria Tsantsanoglou
Adaptation: Nikita Milivojevic
Costumes: Claire Breswell
Composition: Dimitris Kamarotos
Choreography: Amalia Bennett
Assistant Director: Efi Theodorou
Translation: Ismini Radulovic
40 performances - 7.183 spectators
Lazaristes Monastery - Sokratis Karantinos Stage (17/03/2002 - 10/05/2002)
Theatre National Populaire Lyon, France (15/11/2002 - 16/11/2002)