A play about art, love, identity …
For his play, «Invisible Face» (Sight Unseen), American playwright Donald Margulies received the Obie Award as Best New American Work (1992) and was a finalist for Prize Pulitzer.
This production is the second collaboration of Alpha Square with Leventis Gallery presenting the world of visual arts on stage, after last year’s “Red” involving the leading painter Mark Rothko.
This year’s selection grapples again the issue of commercialism in art, with the value of the artist’s name, and the works of an artist are interpreted or misinterpreted. Renowned painter Jonathan Waxman is in London for a major exhibition of his life works. He visits Patricia, an old love, which he rejected fifteen years earlier … The work illuminates some unseen aspects of art, love and identity.
Varnavas Kyriazis directs Andreas Araouzos, Andri Kyriazis, Fotis Apostolidis and Christina Marouchou. Sets and costumes curated by George Giannou and Rhea Olympian and the music signed by George necklaces and lighting design Karolina Spyrou.
Review by Nona Moleski in Phileleftheros here.
Review by Giorgos Savvinides in Phileleftheros here.
Watch the presentation of our production for “Sight Unseen” on the show “Entechnos” at CyBC below