Orphans premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2009 to great acclaim from audiences and critics alike, winning two awards: the Fringe First and Herald Angel.
The play explores individual responsibility and social conscience when our existence is directly or indirectly attacked in a morally bankrupt society. Could it be that in our attempt to set boundaries in order to protect ourselves and our loved ones from ‘others’, we become offenders rather than victims?
|When||14 April–3 June 2018|
|Where||Foyer of the Society for Macedonian Studies
2 Ethnikis Amynis Street
546 21 Thessaloniki
For further information, visit the National Theatre of Northern Greece website.