SHAKESPEARE ON MARS
An epic on humanity beyond the bounds of time and space whereby William Shakespeare records the chronicle of the human effort to colonise the red planet.
William Shakespeare visits Athens in 1600 AD. In the city that gave birth to democracy and the theatre, he will discover a new kind of narration and, with his ‘spear of wisdom’, travel in future to write his first adventure set outside Earth, in the capital city of planet Mars, New Athens. He recounts the works and days of the explorer, philosopher and great benefactor of planet Mars in the 23rd century AD, Timon the Athenian.
A story of vindication that connects seven centuries of human will.
Writer’ s Note
“I searched for Shakespear through his inspirations. I dwelled inside his sonnets, plays and poems. I relived the Tempest in the Main Prison of Greece. Preparing a gift for Shakespear’s birthday, we trained his new directors in his Director Workshop. After that we offered a performance to give his young son another chance to meet his father after his so early death.
For the first time, i heard the voice of Shakespear himself at the rehearsal of Timon the Athenian. He commanded me to attend in the Cave of Hymettus to reveal me his past which is my future. He envisioned a world where the past thorns of the old won’t keep hostage the future life of youth. So he trusted me with his book.”
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