What is a dead end (adiexodo) and how we understand its meaning? What a dead end is for me, may or may not be the same for me as it is for you.
Eight young people- plus one enigmatic figure- that don't know each other are trapped inside the walls of an empty grey room. They have to fight with their own demons, in order to find the strength to overcome any obstacle, find the light and follow it to where they crave to go. Out of the dead end.

The heroes of "Adiexodo" are just like every normal young person in this world. They deal everyday with emotions that we're all definitely familiar with: Loneliness, betrayal, violence, uncertainty about the future, inner conflict, lack of inspiration. They're all strangers, they live in their own world, they're trapped between their wants and the needs that society imposes on them.
Pavlos Kourtidis gives youth the chance to raise their voice and through a dance theater performance convey messages: social, political and even personal. He tries to find different types of dead ends, analyze them with the only means he has, dance and speech, and helps the spectators towards their own catharsis.
The dead end(adiexodo) is different for everyone. The performance creates feelings that have been forgotten, feelings that have been suppressed because of our mechanical society. It will move you and you will feel like you just woke up from a deep sleep.

Director and Choreographer : Pavlos Kourtidis
Actors: Eleftheria Komi, Thanos Pritsas
Dancers: Zoe Sotiropoulou, Marcus Giakoumoglou, Xanthi Athanassopoulou, Nikos Koukakis, Nicholas Mitsitskas, Panagiotis Malakos and Nadia Tomazenko.
Script: Michail Anthis
Sets & costumes: Anna Machairianaki
Original Music composition: Stavros Markonis
Lights: Apostolos Tsitsonis
Theater PK: Kosomouli 30 and Rene Puo 2 (Metro Neos Kosmos)
Premiere 20 October 2012 Performance every Saturday & Sunday 21:30 last performace 28 April 2013
Telephone: +03 210-9011677

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