The theatrical performance “What the Old Man said” : From the Silence of the Display Case to Living Theatrical Voices
PERFORMANCES: 28 February & 7, 14, 21, 26, 28 March, 2017
A performance based on the memoirs of Theodoros Kolokotronis. ‘A History of the Greek Race from 1770 to 1836’ sheds light on unknown aspects of the struggle for Greek independence, as told by the Old Man of the Peloponnese to Georgios Tertsetis.
As depicted in the Museum’s oil painting, Theodoros Kolokotronis (1770-1843) could still be the model of Greek heroism. The Old Man of the Peloponnese’s talents as a leader and the sense of assurance that he gave his comrades continue to make him the most symbolic figure from the War of Independence.
Director: Stratis Panourios
Costume manager: Myra Vazaiou
Music: Alexis Kotsopoulos
Acted by Asimina Anastasopoulou, Stathis Koikas, Alexis Kotsopoulos, Elena Marsidou, Fotis Lazarou and Stratis Panourios.
The museum exhibits will be presented by Tasos Sakellaropoulos, Curator of Historical Archives.