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Euripides Laskaridis

Propelled by a wind turbine, strange fauna led by the incomparable Euripides Laskaridis take the spectator into a world out of time, suspended between dreams and the end of ideals.

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Euripides Laskaridis (Athens) Osmosis

A revelation on the new Greek performing arts scene, the choreographer and performer Euripides Laskaridis began his career in 1995 and has collaborated with many different artists, including Robert Wilson and Dimitris Papaioannou.

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“It looks like nothing you’ve seen so far […] It’s the craziest thing you’ve ever watched and yet it makes sense. And it makes you laugh.”

Athens Voice (Grèce), 07-12-2019

“The unfamiliar and ‘lovable’ monster that Laskaridis creates, stands at the verge of an idealism, far from anything that the modern audience is familiar with.”, 30-11-2019

“This performance – neurotic and comic, tragic and sarcastic – continues to add words to the vocabulary and language created by Euripides Laskaridis, a language that is obscure yet familiar, remote yet moving […] A magnificent gesture towards the understanding of a monstrous world” (Grèce), 28-11-2019

“Quite simply another world. Absolutely mesmerising […] Unique”

To Tetarto Koudouni (Grèce)

“The work is an absurd journey: phantasmagoric and ridiculous, enigmatic and disquieting. A journey through landscapes that bleed one into another without explanation, in a world made of ruins that nevertheless still stands – and captivates.”

I Kathimerini (Grèce)

“An utterly controlled and dazzling aesthetic. One that does not seek to signify or to explain and yet disarms you, wins you over…”

I Efimerida ton Syntakton (Grèce)

“Laskaridis brings excess and caricature, buffoonery and scandalous vulgarity that echo the slip-ups and gaffes of burlesque or drag.”, 30-11-2019