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Eclipses Group Theater NY presents The Greek Play Project New York
In artistic collaboration with Dramatist Irene Mountraki and under the Auspices of the A.S. Onassis Program in Hellenic Studies at NYU & The National Theater of Greece, the Eclipses Group presents the The Greek Play Project New York.
It is a series of public staged readings. Four renowned Greek playwrights- Four plays in English at NYU: “In Chorus” by Dimitris Dimitriadis directed by Ioanna Katsarou, translation by Theodora Papachristofilou- Loukas, “Andromache” by Akis Dimou directed by Ioanna Katsarou translation by Dimitris Bonaros, “Seaweed” by Penny Fylaktaki, directed by Dimitris Bonaros, translation by Penny Fylaktaki and “The Blind Spot” by Yianni Mavritsakis directed by Katerina Alexaki, translation by Christina Polychroniou.
The production is a collaboration of Eclipses Group Theater New York, a non- profit organization that serves as a cultural bridge between Greece and the USA and Ms. Irene Mountraki, Head of the International Relations Department of the National Theater of Greece and creator of the Greek Play Project, an important platform, listing modern Greek plays and promoting Greek playwrights. (greek-theatre.gr ).
Greek Play Project New York
May 5th at 6.15 pm: Seaweed by Penny Fylaktaki
May 5th at 8.15 pm: The Blind Spot by Yiannis Mavritsakis
May 6th at 2.15 pm: In Chorus by Dimitris Dimitriadis
May 6th at 5.00 pm: Andromache by Akis Dimou
(Reception will follow after the presentation of the play “Andromache”)
The venue is at 53 Washington Square South, Ground Floor, Room 113, New York, NY 10012
For tickets, the phone numbers are (917) 648-8343 and (718) 581-6285
Tickets: $18 General admission
For more information their website is: egtny.com