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The Full Story

Our own playlist

This is the list with all the available plays our club has successfully presented. 

Next to each poster you will find some information about the play along with two buttons: one will lead you to the wonderful drama elves. The other will lead you to the play’s webpage. From there, you can find more information and photos from all of our events. Posters, trivia and other goodies are also provided. Maybe later we can also add a popcorn functionality.

Ali: An Immigrant’s Monologue


By Katerina Vgena

The persona of this monologue, which is here delivered by many voices, is a homeless immigrant who lives in Athens. 

His words draw attention to the obstacles he encountered during his risky journey from his homeland to Greece.


Our Town

By Thornton Wilder

        Do any human beings ever realize life while they live it?


It’s All A Spectrum


By Various Playwrights

Welcome to the Spectrum! A place where Life and Death enjoy playing chess, love is at crisis, addictions and madness take hold of the human body and mind, and shadows try to devour our true selves. But hope is also there, a flicker of light in the dusty corners of the stage. Will it finally come out?


12 Angry Men

By Reginald Rose

The defense and the prosecution have rested and the jury is filing into the jury room to decide if a young man is guilty or innocent of murdering his father. What begins as an open-and-shut case of murder soon becomes a detective story that presents a succession of clues creating doubt, and a mini-drama of each of the jurors' prejudices and preconceptions about the trial, the accused, and each other.


Midsummer Night’s Dream


By William Shakespeare

On a dark summer night, illuminated by the light of the stars and the pale moon; a night that seems at first glance to be like any other, in the depths of the forest, where unearthly forces simmer. The night of midsummer, when humans and spirits alike roam free and tangle, weaving tales of love, mischief, and enchantment. An evening like a dream, to break the spell of sorrow. 


My Fair Lady

By Bernard Shaw

Is this a story about love? No. Not at all. This is a story about sounds.

Linguistic expert Henry Higgins, confident that he is the best phonetics teacher there is, takes up the bet of teaching a normal flower girl, Eliza Doolittle, how to talk properly and become… a lady. Intrigued by Higgins’ confidence in his abilities, Colonel Pickering, a friend of his and a student of Indian dialects agrees to help him. In their quest to teach Eliza the ways of propriety, a lot of things might go wrong, but many things go right as well. There is laughter, there is love (barely), there is pride and there is power. Eliza, does not only become a lady but also a powerful woman. But what is to become of Henry Higgins after all? Let him stay with his sounds we say.


The Glass Menagerie


By Tennessee Williams.

“The play is memory” is what the narrator, Tom, informs the audience during his opening  monologue. “The Glass Menagerie” is a monumental work of American drama that seems to reside between  reality and memory as a dubious zone of emotional reconstruction with a very specific point of view, that of  Tom, the older son of the Wingfield family who’s also the narrator of the events of the play. This is  exactly the epicentre of our performance, the issue of memory. What is actually memory and what is simply  a mental construction which fills in gaps in the narrator’s perception of events and thus creates a narrative  that confirms his actions are justified or at least understandable.  


The Importance of Being Earnest

By Oscar Wilde

"Well, one must be serious about something, if one wants to have any amusement

in life. What on earth you are serious about I haven’t got the remotest idea.”

Life in Victorian England’s high society happens to be excessively boring. So boring in fact that between the dinner parties, the tea parties and the garden parties, Jack “Ernest” Worthing, an upstanding and infinitely dreary gentleman who wishes to marry the equally upstanding miss Gwendolen Fairfax— despite her mother Lady Bracknell’s best efforts— has a secret. He has invented a hotheaded brother, by the name of “Ernest”, who ever so frequently gets into dreadful scrapes. Loving and caring brother that he is, Jack has to rush to central London so that he may bail out his poor invalid sibling. But Jack’s “Ernest” is nothing but a front which allows Mr. Worthing to hop on to the next train to the city so that he may live out the pleasures of London.


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