The Price of Resistance in the Black Market, 1968

8 male - 6 female

Dimitris Dimitriadis

A play with clear references to the politics of the era in which it was written, it premiered in 1968 and was directed by Patrice Chéreau.

Reality repeatedly invades the theatrical stage, while notable are the grotesque characters of the King and the Queen with their sarcastic humor. The text also serves as an ironic comment on the omnipotence of the text in the theatre.



Translation: Elena Delliou


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