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Ancient Theater of Delos Hosts Play for Refugees After 2,000 Years

The ancient theater of Delos will be revived after two thousand years of silence. The play, “Hecuba (Ekavi), a refugee in Delos,” is organized by the Cyclades Antiquities Ephorate and the Municipality of Mykonos is a minimum contribution to the people’s awareness on the refugees’ tragedy that the human kind experiences and takes place in the waters of the Aegean.
The play with Despina Bebedeli holding the leading role and directed by Nikos Karageorgos will take place on Friday and Saturday at 6 p.m..
The ancient theater of Delos was built in the 3rd century BC and hosted the largest feasts and events as well as the games of independent Delos.
Due to the fact that the ancient theater of Delos can’t host a large number of people and lacks ordinary amenities, the play will be performed in the daylight and in front of a small audience that must follow strict orders of the Ephorate’s staff.
Information for reservations: 210 3250148
(Source: ANA-MPA)

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