The Iron Spoon, 1960

3 male - 4 female

Rina (Cyprus) Katselli

It is a satire about a woman who gossips a lot, and who suffers for it in the end. The play won the first prize in a competition for plays in the genre of Cypriot ethographia (Cypriot sketch), by the Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation (ΡΙΚ) in 1960, and was broadcasted on the radio the very same year.

PLAYS

The cousin, 1959

9 male - 3 female

The Iron Spoon, 1960

3 male - 4 female

And The Unworthy, 1961

5 male - 2 female

The Unworthy, 1962

8 male - 4 female

Pitsillos, 1962

11 male - 6 female

Sunday Doxology, 1963

5 male - 3 female

35 Aeschylus St., 1963

8 male - 4 female

Dr Ahmet Alibey, 1964

5 male - 4 female

Ppevlianis, 1966

14 male – 7 female (and a few females singing)

Moribund, 1967

7 male - 6 female

What the Robot has put together, 1968

5 male – 5 female, and a robot

Arkastos (La Graminia), 2001

4 male - 3 female

From Sunday to Sunday, 1999

5 male - 2 female

The Upper Neighborhood, 1998

4 male - 3 female

Going Strong..., 1994

5 male - 4 female

Foreign Land, 1988

9 male – 3 female

Crazy Grandma, 1986

5 male - 4 female

Dsas, 1982

1 female

The Reason why Valou left, 1981

5 male – 5 female

A Hideout in Cyprus, 1968

8 male - 1 female

Old Lady Agathe, 1968

9 male - 5 female

The Roof, 1968

5 male - 4 female

Unslaved Olive Tree, 1981

8 male - 6 female

Suicide Documents, 1968

2 male – 1 female

A priestess, 1968

8 male - 8 female

Blue Whale, 1979

6 male - 7 female

The Slaves, 1968

5 male - 2 female

ESSAYS

RINA'S KATSELLI THEATRE

Undoubtedly, Rina Katselli is one of the most important figures in contemporary Cypriot dramaturgy. The representational strength, the plausibility...