We live today in the heart of History played out in absentia on the world stage. We live with ourselves and the world together. The migration of people. The collective crimes of madness that dominate the mind of the modern man. The extermination of small weak countries by the state forces. We are experiencing History at its birth, raw yet, as it is given birth by time, the present moment. That is why our hands are burned by the blood of events. Because it is fresh and because we are the ones who create this "genesis", or else we make the pieces of it at a price for our lives.
In other words, we are at the heart of the relentless grand scheme of things and experience history at its birth, with the ruthless help of technology.
The glass box (New Stage, National Theatre, 1971)
Electra's Dance (New Stage, National Theatre, 1971)
Antigone - Or the nostalgia of tragedy (University of Hayward Theatre California, 1996)
Hector, beloved by the gods (Ancient theatre of Hephestia, 2019)
The rafts (Experimental Theatre Rialdes, 1969)
Bidding you farewell (Zerigga theatre, 1986)
A game with time (Vergis theatre, 1990-1991)
I am a weeping star (Masks theatre, 1997-1998)
Translation and revisal of the play "Happy days" by Samuel Beckett (National Theatre, 1980)
Television shows - Theatre of Monday
Radio - NRT-1
New year's eve
Antigone - Or the nostalgia of tragedy
The blood of the resistance