Electra (2007)





Theatro Domatiou depicts Electra in a decadent space of easy amusement, in a modern cemetery of entertainment, where Aegisthus, the politician, dances the demonic dance of the Erinys, alongside the thirsty for power Clytemnestra.

We saw Electra as a modern heroine who, having experienced the act of Murder with no Catharsis, emerges from her myth in order to return to it.

The need for action, the right of retaliation, the passion for freedom and revolt, render Electra a genuine tragic person. Tragic as the contemporary human condition that makes man incapable of action against an eternally apathetic society.


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