Seven Against Thebes

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The Na­tional The­ater of North­ern Greece is tak­ing its pro­duc­tion of the third play in Aeschy­lus’ Oedi­pus-themed tril­ogy, “Seven Against Thebes” – where the blind king’s curse doom­ing his sons to di­vide the king­dom by the sword fi­nally comes to pass. The pro­duc­tion is di­rected by Lithua­nia’s Cezaris Grauzi­nis and stars Yiannis Stankoglou as Eteo­cles and Gior­gos Pa­pan­dreou as Polyn­ices. It will be at the An­cient The­ater of Dion in Pieria on Fri­day, Au­gust 11, Nea Mouda­nia’s open-air the­ater in Halkidiki on Satur­day, Au­gust 26, and the Pa­pagou Gar­den The­ater in Athens on Wed­nes­day, Au­gust 30. On Septem­ber 1 it will be staged at the Ilioupoli Woods The­ater, on Septem­ber 3 at Pi­raeus’s Veakeio, and on Septem­ber 5 at the Vra­chon The­ater in Vy­ronas (all in Athens). On Septem­ber 7 it will head to Larissa’s Alka­zar Gar­den be­fore end­ing its tour at Thes­sa­loniki’s Vas­si­liko The­ater from Septem­ber 13-16. For more details, visit Tick­ets can be pur­chased on­line at and by call­ing 11876.

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