The play in brief:
An old-aged tycoon dies leaving a huge heritage. His famous collection of books though seems to be the battling point among the heirs. A snob TV Drama star and her deaf lawyer husband, a restaurant owner and his wife, a call-girl company manager, a young communist girl will fight with butlers from India, cooks from Russia, call-girls and incompetent handymen over the books. What will happen if the books are mysteriously vanished? What will happen if the books are released in the wrong places? Which book will be awarded the Man Booker award this year?
|Director - Artistic director - Set design - Lights - Program designer:||Giorgos Krasadakis|
|Assistant director:||Aneta Loumou|
|Set constrction:||Yiannis Bourmas, Babis Petrogiannis, George Folokis, Giorgos Karambinis|
|Filippos Kalambalikis||Vasilis Koulopoulos|
|Roza Kalambalikis||Angela Papadakou|
|Alexandros Psilos||Kostas Voudouris|
|Vangelis Akrivos||Apostolis Varnavelias|
|Myrto Asimakopoulou||Aneta Loumou|
|Ceremony clerk - Craftsman||Giorgos Derembeis|
|Fani Bouranda||Elena Koukoulaki|
|Inspector Karakasidis||Mariza Kouvelou|
Dimitris Alexiou was born and raised in Athens. Studied Law and works as a lawyer. Has written and published three novels ("Pikra kerasia", "Amartola Thavmata", "Alati Kokkino", by Dioptra Publications). Lives with his family in Skyros and is a member of the organising committee of the 8th Greek Bookcrossing Convention in Skyros. This is his first play and was written especially for this Convention.