P.E.T.U.L.A. bye bye
A Performance of experimental self-medication based on a text of Lena Kitsopoulou, staging direction Anna Lemonaki
A woman stands, resolute, a pill in her hand. On the pill she is about to swallow, there are written six enigmatic letters: P.E.T.U.L.A. Or in other words: "Do not get into trouble, get up, join us at night, wash away your sins, Adiós”. A weird way to finish with it all… In this breath taking and tragicomic monologue by Lena Kitsopoulou (2009) today’s Greece holds the main role: depressive and revolting against itself.
Who else but Anna Lemonaki to reclaim Lena Kitsopoulou's famous monologue?
A stunning "performance of experimental self-medication” by the young artist in residence of Saint-Gervais. Theatre St. Gervais, Geneva