ON HOW TO PREVENT
DAILY LIFE ACCIDENTS
After the death of a man,
three women are stuck in the protected zone of a wall
following a series of commands to avoid accidents.
The two women fall in love with each other
and the ease with which the look is disoriented becomes the story.
A play without a psychological or purely logical coherence
that must be followed instinctively and enthusiastically,
although enthusiasm is an absurdity
because most things suffer from lack of care.
A work made in terms of humour and collage,
suggestive as poetry and irrational as faith.
Written and Directed by Artemis Chrysostomidou
Performed by Matina Pergioudaki, Natasa Papandreou,
Nefeli Ananiadi, Fidel Talampoukas
Light Design by Tasos Palaioroutas
Sound design by Stella Christou
Associate choreography by Ioanna Paraskevopoulou
Costumes by Demetra Hadjiyiangou
Interdisciplinary Dramaturgy by Charikleia Tatsi
Video, Photography by Demetra Chrysostomidou, Vagelis Poulis
January - February 2019
exploring urban culture
| Main Stage | Athens