Clytemnestra - Stage E (2011)



After Electra (2006) and Agamemnon (2008), Angela Brouskou returns to the Athens Festival to direct the ‘psychic topography’ of a figure absolutely central to the matriarchal pre-Hellenic world.

In Clytemnestra – Stage E, a performance that defies labels, she engages with the myth of the wayward and passionate wife, mother and lover, but also with Woman’s relationship with war, power and loss.

The Minimaximum improVision & natryx company back Filareti Komninou in the title role, using audio-visual material as a parallel narrative.