The play that has just received the State Playwriting Award for 2016 from the Ministry of Culture and Sport comes to the Nikos Kourkoulos Stage. It is A soldier named Love by the young dramatist Iasonas Sigma.
Once upon a time, a boy called Love was handed over by his parents to a cruel and unaccountable regime, so that he would not become a criminal. He thus grew up in a camp, where any human impulse brought punishment. And so Love decided to escape, to look for what he had been deprived of: affection, passion, joy, music and family.
The play, written in a singularly intense dramatic language, addresses a global political issue, manoeuvring between different genres while remaining deeply personal.
This production is suitable for over-fifteens. Parental consent is necessary *for under-fifteens*.
Thanasis VlavianosLove’s father
Nikos GialelisVlado the rich man
Serafita GrigoriadouJustine the prostitute
Nestoras KopsidasLalo the homeless person
Marios KritikopoulosEmilios the soldier
Parthenopi BouzouriLove’s mother
Giorgos PaterakisQuentin, soldier
Thaleia StamatelouRou, Love’s sister
Spiros TsekourasHeaney the philosopher
Dimitris DrososNarrator and Tristan the barman
Kostas KoutroubisLeader of the soldiers’ chorus
ZILLER BUILDING - STAGE "NIKOS KOURKOULOS"
Saturday & Sunday €17
Friday (single price) €13
Wednesday, Thursday (single price) €15
Co-production with the Municipal Theatre of Piraeus