Oedipus King

Oedipus King

What does it take to be a leader: a Prime Minster, President or King?  When does truth, honour and empathy need to be curbed to win control, and what is the point of principles when it pushes away power? Oedipus the King, an Athenian tragedy and masterpiece by Sophocles, was first performed around 429 BC. In this powerful retelling, director George Eugeniou invites the audience to bear witness to the downfall of a new king. The city of Thebes is plagued. A prophecy is fulfilled. King Laius is unwittingly murdered by his son and successor, Oedipus, who is crowned the new King. Searching for his father’s killer, King Oedipus will do anything to go down an increasingly grim path in the hope of saving his city. Director George Eugeniou, who has devoted a lifetime to Theatro Technis, marks the theatre’s 62nd year with Oedipus, and the beginning of a thrilling 2020 season and new chapter for the production house. Described by many artists and collaborators as a process, and a journey

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