Take Those Shoes Off
Released on 31st January 2016.
Mr. Manager the Failed Actor is crushed by his wife’s (Mrs. Actress) popularity, living in her shadow, unable to express himself and become a true star, which has been his all-time dream. Mr. Manager is holding an audition for a job in the theatre he manages. Thus, he is making his wife retire. Mr. Frightened from what his wife might say about the fact that she’s being fired, he is forcing one of his employees to deliver the devastating news to his wife. Due to Mr. Manager’s cowardice and procrastination, the Director is deciding to give Mrs. Actress the news about her being fired. Mrs. Actress is ignoring this decision because, for her, that equals death. The end of her career equals the end of her own life. When she finally realizes that she has to leave, she gets sick, she loses her sight and hearing, her body is beginning to decompose and she becomes an angel, she leaves the theatre (the real world) and ends up, in a rather poetic manner, as a star in the sky.
Once you fulfill the dreams, you cannot live in them
launched on february 2014.
Once you fulfill the dreams, you cannot live in them is a seventy-five minute performance corresponding with physical, musical, and classic theatre, as well as with contemporary dance, but is none of the four in its essential. The show is an impressive mélange of genres, a true conglomerate of artistic creation. The plot understands an emotional narrative, which could be retold deep inside every human being; it represents something universal. It portrays a life sequence, from its beginning until the very end, a well-coordinated and engaged play between dreams and reality. The cruel reality is introduced as an antithesis to what one dreams of. The audience deeply experiences the dilemma – should one live in a dream or should those dreams just shatter like thin glass, leaving a broken soul incapable of love or laughter?