This season, another NTG hit that was consistently sold-out during the winter gets a transfer to the Kivotos Theatre. Nikolai is arrested on his way from Moscow to Podolsk, and is taken to a police station, where he is subjected to an eccentric interrogation that strains his sanity to its very limits. After being quizzed on his general knowledge and what he knows of his hometown, tested on his observational and motor skills, and forced to make uncomfortable admissions and unearth buried memories, Nikolai has to face the fact that his humdrum life is not going to change; what must alter, however, is his attitude towards it.
Man from Podolsk is a disturbing satire with Kafkaesque overtones that questions the dominant culture of our age and the obligation to derive pleasure from our surroundings, have positive energy, and live a meaningful existence. At the same time, it sounds a warning about how the imaginative and sophisticated methods used by authoritarian regimes lead us to repress ourselves.
Born in 1969, Dmitry Danilov is a journalist, writer and poet with several awards to his name. His theatrical debut, Man from Podolsk, earned him Russia’s premiere theatre award, the Golden Mask, in 2018.
Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday | 20€
Thursday | 15€
Students, Over 65, Large Families | €15
Disabled, Companion of Disabled, Unemployment Card €10
- Drama School Students, SEH, Theater Studies free tickets are valid outside weekends, and are purchased only at the theatre box office
- Weekend prices apply on official holidays
TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE
At NTG box offices (Ziller Building & Rex Theatre) & Kivotos Theater box office (210.3427426)
Debit or Credit cards may be used at NTG box offices and
at TIcketservices, online purchase of tickets: www.ticketservices.gr/ Tel: 210 7234567/ Ticketoffice: Panepistimiou 39 (Pesmazoglou Arcade)
The production is recommended for ages 12 and over
Calendar & Tickets
Giorgos KoutlisTranslation, direction, adaptation
Vasilis MagouliotisDramaturgical advisor
Melina PeonidouMusic coach
Alexandros SiatrasFirst directing assistant
Panos KougiasSecond directing assistant
Alegia PapageorgiouDesign assistant