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Michail Marmarinos
TRACKERS by Sophocles

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Michail Marmarinos
TRACKERS by Sophocles 

Apollo has tasked the Tracking Satyrs with retrieving his lost cattle, aided by Silenus, in exchange for gold and their freedom. The Satyrs track the animals to a cave, led on by the sound of the lyre that has just been invented by Hermes. Sophocles' fragmentary, rarely performed satyr play is the only surviving dramatic narrative about how Music first reached the ears of humans. Director Michail Marmarinos returns to the Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus, with this 'inconceivable monument of a text', employing a historic, verse translation.

The text will be published as part of the Festival's newly launched theatre book series, as an annotated edition with an introduction by Stavros Tsitsiridis.

With Greek and English surtitles

Due to the ongoing pandemic, all performance dates are subject to change

After Carl Robert's German translation

Freely translated in verse by Emmanouil David (1933)

Scientific advisor Stavros Tsitsiridis

Directed by Michail Marmarinos

Artistic and dramaturgical collaboration Dio Kangelari

Special collaborator Konstantinos Thomaidis

Set and costume design Yorgos Sapountzis

Music Billy Bultheel

Lighting design Eleftheria Deko

Movement - Choreography Tasos Karachalios

Director assistant Marilena Katranidou

Sound design Kostas Bokos-Studio 19st in collaboration with Billy Bultheel

Assistant to the director Aliki Stenou

Assistant to the set designer Dido Gkogkou

Assistant to the costume designer Daphne Aidoni

Hair design Dimitris Apostolidis

Make-up design Roula Lianou

Cast Haris Fragoulis (Apollo), Stamatis Kraounakis (Silenus), Amalia Moutousi (Cyllene), Steve Katona (Hermes)

Chorus of Satyrs (in alphabetical order) Andromachi Fountoulidou, Adrian Frieling, Lampros Grammatikos, Alexandra Kazazou, Tasos Karachalios, Christos Kragiopoulos, Angelos Nerantzis, Electra Nikolouzou, Manos Petrakis, Theodora Tzimou

Musicians Menelaos Moraitis tumba, Spyros Vergis euphonium, Dimitris Alexandrakis tumba, Leonidas Palamiotis euphonium

Sound engineer Ilias Flammos

Production managers Rena Andreadaki, Zoe Mouschi

 

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