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Tuesday 15th August 2017
Friday 18th August 2017
20:00 - 22:30
4 days/nights
Cultural Center Peyia - Pafos
  Pafos Pegeia
E709, Peyia, Cyprus
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The sea caves of Pegeia and the shipwreck found there is the location where
a theatre stage will be set up to host a production with actors from different
Mediterranean countries. The partners involved have already come together
in creating a work on everything that unites them and the things that (appear
to) separate them. The material for the project stems from the artists’ personal
experiences, and the destination is a common future they envision through
artistic creation, travelling, migration and peaceful co-existence.
The director Marios Ioannou works with actors from Alexandria, Marseilles,
Istanbul, Tangier, Barcelona and Pafos – amongst others – turning the sea
caves into a theatre stage. The performance will be in English, whilst other
languages will also be heard.
Idea, direction, performance: Marios Ioannou. Artistic direction: Achim Wieland.
Producer: Afroditi Karagiorgi. Assistant producer: Sylvia Neophytou. Assistant
director and filming: Stalo Nikolaou. Set and costume design: Elena Kotasvilli
& Alexis Vagianos. Actors: Eslam Abdel Baset Eissa (Agypt-Alexandria) Reda
Amrani (Morocco-Tanger) Raul Moreno Supervia (Spain-Barcelona) Nicolas
Rochette (France-Marseille) Safak Ersozlu (Turkey-Izmir

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