Sea Wall by SIMON STEPHENS
In the Sea Wall, Simon Stephens attempts an honest exploration of a father’s loss. The narration addresses with exceptional sensitivity, humour and insightfulness the challenges and the joy of being a father, while emphasizing on the great matters of our existence such as birth, death, love, absence, fear and everything related to what we call “the human condition”. At the same time, the fact that the story is told by a man who, in the context of his social gender, has to challenge gender stereotypes and prejudices, curtailing his right to grief and human weakness, adds an extra layer of interest to the narrative.
Translator/Director: Maria Iole Karolidou
Sound Design: Christina Georgiou
Set/Costume Design: Maria Georgiou
Cast: Panos Makris