Steven Berkoff?s ?Greek? is a modern adaptation of the Oedipus tale by Sophocles: a young man is fated to kill his father and sleep with his mother. Berkoff not only sets the story in post-punk Britain, but also changes the focus of the tale to speculate on the numerous restrictions on love in a modern day society, as well as the seriousness of patricide. Berkoff employs a unique form of poetic vulgarity in his scripting, a language that is both offensive and beautiful.
WARNING ? This play contains strong language!
|Eddy / Fortune Teller||Andrew Higson|
|Dad / Manager of Caf?||Bryn Thomas|
|Mum / Sphinx / Waitress2||Deborah Grace|
|Wife / Doreen / Waitress1||Ali Davenport|
Photographer: Barry Fletcher
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