One of the most heart-rending works ever composed about the end of romantic love and the despair of being left, Francis Poulenc’s one-act opera, based on Cocteau’s La voix humaine (The Human Voice), will be presented for the first time at the Little Theatre of Ancient Epidaurus, in a bold directorial concept by Maria Panourgia.

Five dancers/actors, each shut up inside his or her own telephone box, round up a cast led by soprano Myrsini Margariti, as fellow travellers throughout the heroine’s anguish and dreams. The set design will reflect the heroine’s emotional roller-coaster to the sounds of Maria Papapetropoulou’s piano.

“J’ai des yeux à la place des oreilles”
La voix humaine
by Francis Poulenc, based on Jean Cocteau’s monologue
Myrsini Margariti – Maria Papapetropoulou – Maria Panourgia
Little Theatre of Ancient Epidaurus, 7 & 8 August

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