A Song, 2014

3 male - 1 female

Vangelis Hatziyannidis

Four teenagers, on their second or final year of high school, decide to create an amateur, rock band. Despite the differences that arise between them, they manage to reach an understanding and get ahead with their plan. After they find the musical instruments they need, they begin to write their first song.

Searching for a place to rehearse their songs, they happily accept the offer of a middle-aged man who willingly allows them to use the spacious garage in his house for rehearsals. Despite being a rather strange and peculiar person, he is very interested to help them in the pursuit of their dream. His presence will provide guidance to every member of the band, helping them to gain perspective and confidence in themselves and exorcise their demons or invisible enemies and handle their feelings of love. As time goes by, their ambitions, rivalries, fears and concerns appear to be resolved.

Towards the end of the play, our young heroes will be confronted with an unpleasant turn of events. But the power and will for life is proved to be stronger.


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3 male, 1 female

Wind, 2011

2 female

Screen Light, 2011

3 male - 2 female

La poupee, 2008

1 female

Mud, 2004

1 male - 2 female

Disguise, 2003

1 female (Monologue)

A Song, 2014

3 male - 1 female

Butterfly in Well, 2007

1 male - 1 female (3 male - 1 female on video)



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