A stage adaptation of Pier Paolo Pasolini's film "Teorema".
One day, a stranger appears at the doorstep of a wealthy bourgeois family, thus ending the life they had known until that day. One by one, each of the family members, including the maid, fall under the stranger’s spell and fall desperately in love with him. That is until he informs them one day that he’s leaving, never to return. As soon as the stranger disappears, each of the family members starts their own drastic process of change. Their familiar symbols of reality, the empty shells they held onto until that moment will dissolve, leaving them with nothing but the will for a rattling individual fulfillment, a unique fulfillment they’ve never experienced, a fulfillment the pursuit of which leads them on a path that doesn’t exclude the possibility of complete and utter devastation.
A stage adaptation of Artaud's book "Heliogabalus: Or, the Crowned Anarchist"
Heliogabalus – A stage creation inspired by Antonin Artaud’s book “Heliogabalus: Or, the Crowned Anarchist” that follows the reign of Syrian boy Heliogabalus during the epoch of the Roman Empire. Together with his mother’s aggressive rule, androgynous 14-year-old Heliogabalus, who sees himself as both man and woman, leads the Roman Empire into a period of decadent chaos, of debauchery and obscenity. He forms a new regime wherein the order is an anarchy of power and control games, a regime in which opposing forces act against each other while at the same time seek and wish for reconciliation – the Eastern and Classical cultures, order and anarchy, man and woman. The stage adaptation is made for three characters, each portrayed by two actors – a man and a woman.