If you ... were me, 2002

3 male - 3 female

Dimitris Seitanis

Aris and Tita are two siblings that fight all day long. Aris despises Tita, because she is a girl and Tita despises Aris, because he is a boy. Their parents, unwillingly, make things worse, as they themselves have not learned to respect the opposite sex. One night, after a big fight, Tita wishes that Aris was in her place, so that he can understand what it is like to be a girl. Aris wishes the same thing on Tita, so that she can understand what it is like to be a boy. Their wishes come true, and the two kids take each other's place. So a series of tragicomic situations unfolds, until the children understand what it means to be in someone else's shoes. Little by little they learn to appreciate and respect the opposite sex.

 

PLAYS

If you ... were me, 2002

3 male - 3 female

Fairytaliad, 1997

25 / Minimum number of actors: 5 men and 3 women (or 3 men and 5 women)

ESSAYS

DIMITRIS SEITANIS’ THEATRE

From Fairytale Drama to the Need of Accepting the Other

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