The 57th Season of the INDA Foundation at the Greek Theatre will open with the staging of two tragedies, ‘Agamemnon’ by Aeschylus (458 BC) and ‘Oedipus the King’ by Sophocles (415 BC), which mark the origin of the history of theatre and human consciousness.
Agamemnon is the veteran who finds in his house nothing of what he had left and expected, doomed and arrogant king. Oedipus conducts his search for the truth without any limit, giving way to the longest recognition of the history of the theatre. Both are surprised by the unexpected in the most tragic way.
And in a different way, the unexpected also dominates the third tragedy scheduled for 2022, Euripides‘ ‘Iphigenia in Tauris’, set in unusual places such as nowadays Crimea, incredible turns, an escape by sea and a happy ending.