10th and 11th June 2023

Artemysia Theatre asbl presents:
Theatre Weekly Workshops SHOWS

June, the 10th at 19 h
June, the 11th at 19 h

Written by: Priscille-Marie Chevrier, Josué Dovoedo, Natasha Ewert, Susana Figueiredo, Maria Papamargariti, Anne Rasimus

Directed by Raffaella D’Angelo
With: Cristina Bolea, Virginia Bruscella, Ritesh Chaturvedi, Martina D’Avanzo, Antonio Dellagiacoma, 

Josué Dovoedo, Susana Figueiredo, Julien Guillaume, Elena Khomiakova, Sabine Moritz, Dominga Palmisano, 

Luciana Palmisano, Alyce Skiba, Elitsa Stoeva

Artemysia Theatre asbl is delighted to bring this beautiful and heartwarming story to stage. The Show explores themes of self-discovery, resilience and the pursuit of happiness, following four friends – Mimo, Momo, Pipo, and Popo – as they navigate the highs and lows of childhood, adulthood and old age.
“We are all but butterflies” is a tale about the importance of nurturing one’s inner child and keeping our childlike wonder and curiosity alive, embracing the magical moments in life. “We hope that audiences will be transported to the magical world of Momentum and find inspiration in the characters’ journey” says the Artistic Director, Raffaella D’Angelo.

ARISTOPHANIKA: Birds & Lysistrata
June, the 10th at 20.30 h
June, the 11th at 17.30 h

Directed by Raffaella D’Angelo
With: Alexandra da Silva, Josue Dovoedo, Ioana Dragnea,  Francesca Epifania, Natasha Ewert, 

Giacomo Frosi, Nick Fynn, Marcelo Gaston, Sue Levy, Soraya Moradi Bachiller, Irina Nikitina, 

Kateryna Okhrimenko, Roberta Parmini, Jarek Radomyski, Amar Radoncic, Monica Tuduce.

Artemysia Theatre is proud to announce its latest production: a double bill of Aristophanes’ Birds and Lysistrata.  “Birds”, a comedic play originally performed in ancient Athens (414 B.C.) tells the story of two Athenians who, fed up with the corruption and bureaucracy of their city, seek refuge in the utopian birds’ city of Numbikukulia. “Lysistrata”, another comedic play, follows the women of Athens as they withhold sex from their husbands in order to end the Peloponnesian War.
“We are excited to bring these two classic plays to the stage and present them in a fresh and relevant way,” said Raffaella D’Angelo, Artistic Director of the Multicultural Theatre Company. “Through our production of “Birds” and “Lysistrata”, we hope to showcase the cultural diversity of our community and spark meaningful conversations about the issues that continue to affect us today.”

Theatre Sang a Klang, 1 – rue de Trois Glands

Language : English

Tickets: 10 euro, 15 euro for 2 shows

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