Sophia Marathaki / ΑΤΟΝΑλ Theatre company / ONASSIS CULTURAL CENTRE

Sophia Marathaki / ΑΤΟΝΑλ Theatre company

Hugo: A Utopia

13-22 OCT 2017
Upper Stage
60 minutes
At weekends 14-15 and 21-22 Οctober 2017 with English surtitles.
Taking Victor Hugo's “Hymn to a United Europe” as her starting point, Sophia Marathaki creates a performance about utopia and the reality of Europe in the era of humanism.
Full price: 7, 12 €
Reduced, Friend & Small groups (5-9 people): 10 €
Large groups (10+ people): 9 €
Νeighborhood residents: 7 €
People with disabilities & Unemployed: 5 € | Companions: 10 €

Theatre Combo -20% (you get the discount directly to your bag): 1 ticket to “Hugo: A Utopia” + 1 ticket to “Ça ira (1) Fin de Louis

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"What was emerging at that point in time was not the Europe of nations; it was the Europe of kings", wrote the great poet, novelist and visionary of a United Europe, Victor Hugo, in the mid-19th century. Sophia Marathaki has used Hugo's Hymn to a United Europe to create a performance about utopia and the reality of Europe in the era of humanism.

Marathaki asks "What is Europe?", but also "What could Europe be?" if the revolution of 1789 and those that followed had achieved their goal.


Director: Sophia Marathaki
Dramaturgy: Elena Triantfyllopoulou
Sets & Costumes: Eva Marathaki
Original music: Vasilis Tzavaras
Movement: Briseis Solomou
Lighting: Sakis Birbilis
Assistant Director: Sofia Georgiadou
2nd Assistant Director: Lida Koutsodaskalou
Set building: Adrianos Zacharias
Tailoring: Eleni Melissou
With: Michalis Valasoglou, Georgina Daliani, Konstantinos Papatheodorou, Foteini Papachristopoulou, Giorgos Syrmas

Executive production: POLYPLANITY Productions / Yolanda Markopoulou & Vicky Strataki
Produced by: Onassis Cultural Centre-Athens

The idea of the production and the main text are taken from the book: Victor Hugo, Hymn to a United Europe, trans. (into Greek) Alexandra Brountazki (Athens: Poikili Stoa, 2015).

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Sunday 15 October
After performance talk with the participants (the discussion will be held in Greek)
Moderated by Grigoris Ioannidis, theatre critic 

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