Hellenic theatre troupe’s latest show
Parikia ta Resta Sou is the latest theatre performance by acting group Hellenic Theatre "Oi Alloi"
Parikia ta Resta Sou is the latest theatre performance by acting group Hellenic Theatre "Oi Alloi".
The show is a comedy satire that starts it's tale in the 60s and goes all the way to present day.
Director Yianni Dimakakos - who also plays a priest in the play - told Neos Kosmos, that the show is a "play for first and second generation Greek Australians, everyone can relate to it".
The show that covers the last 50 years, talks about the community, family, church, lifestyle and life struggles with a comedic twist and looks at how they have evolved in Australia.
"It's a nice comedy, it satires and speaks the truth," Mr Dimakakos said.
The story, written by Gerasimos Klonis, centres around two characters who migrate to Australia, and then bring up their family in the country. Actor Christiana is playing the role of Greece.
Other cast members include: Christos Myron; Evie Kouvarnta; Pauline Argiropoulou; Vasileios Mentis; Fonteine Marra-Panoutsou; Michael Georgakopoulos; Konstantinos Tremoulis; Mary Nilou; Yiannis Sioulas; Katerina Balouka; Christopher Koutes; Eleni Stergiou; Antonis Baloukas and Evans Alevers.
The show premiere's on Saturday 2 June at 7:00 pm and continues every Saturday and Sunday throughout June. The show last just a little over two hours, with an interval. It
will be performed at Renaissance Theatre, Kew High School, 826A High Street, East Kew.
For information and bookings call Aphrodite Myron on (03) 9512 5011 or 0425 453 452 or Yianni Dimakakos on (03) 9387 2391 or 0419 379 599.
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