by Bryony Lavery
"...it is necessary to hate someone who will do you so much harm, but then you have to get over it. You can move on through love and intelligence..."
Three characters like heroes of ancient tragedy in the shadow of the most heinous crime. Three everyday people are challenged to transcend their humanity. These are the three protagonists of Frozen who raise questions: Can a mother overcome the death of her child? Can she even forgive his killer? Can a serial child killer become sympathetic? Author Bryony Lavery takes down one by one the clichés and stereotypes that keep us locked in ourselves and against others. And she perseveres, through an arduous and soul-crushing process, by suggesting the "key" to forgiveness. Is it worth it? And what will be left when the "ice" melts? Naturally, the ultimate gift, the greatest power hidden in man. Love...
The multi-award-winning Frozen has been honoured with the TMA (Theatrical Management Association, 2002) award, among others, and has been nominated for a Tony Award (for Best Play in 2004), while the international press greeted it with rave reviews, calling it "a major event for British theatre" (Financial Times).
The show was performed at the Vault Theatre Plus
Author : Bryony Lavery
Translation : Loukia Tzannidou
Directed by : Vaggelis Laskaris
Light : Anna Remoundou
Costume Design : Giorgos Lintzeris
Photos : Giannis Kylipasis
Video Teaser : Thodoris Theodorou
Production : Vault
AGNETHA : Katerina Dimati
NANCY : Lorina Hadjimanoli
RALF : Dimitris Maglaras
Bambis Hadjidakis lent his voice to the performance.
Thanks for their valuable help to Manos Antoniadis, Eva Pisia and Tonia Avdelopoulou.