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Liepāja Theatre (Latvia)
Grand Hall
2.40 (with intermission)

Premiere 2023

Greek myths interpretation by Justīne Kļava
Director Elmārs Seņkovs
Set and costume designer Reinis Suhanovs
Set and costume designer’s assistant Līga Zepa
Light designer Mārtiņš Feldmanis
Composer Edgars Mākens
Assistant director Matīss Budovskis

Cast: Inese Kučinska, Agnese Jēkabsone, Madara Kalna, Kārlis Artejevs, Everita Pjata-Gertnere, Kārlis Ērglis, Hugo Puriņš, Kintija Stūre, Agnija Dreimane, Valts Skuja, Rolands Beķeris, Anete Berķe, Edgars Ozoliņš

Performance in Latvian with Lithuanian and English surtitles

This is the final part of director’s Elmārs Seņkovs trilogy. After “Shakespeare” and “Grimm” comes “The Greeks”. The first two parts were about bloody fights, war and people who stand against each other.
For the last part of the trilogy the creative team has chosen the Greek myths to show what happens with us and around us. The performance takes you to the place where Gods create people who stand against them and become heroes.
As Elmārs says himself: “This is sad theatre poem about the world.”
This performance is based on the movement and sound that actors create during the whole show. The text is important, but becomes secondary.