ETHOS Productions presents the theatrical performance “A Cuckoo Family”, adapted and Directed by Larisa Antypa.
The story takes place in 60’s Athens. Andreas and Mika meet during Carnival in Venice; they fell in love and get married that same day. With their return to Mika’s house in Athens, Andreas finds out his wife is not only very spoiled but also engaged to someone else. Their home is a place with no rules, where everybody does whatever they like. Andreas will attempt to win Mika’s heart and put some order in this Cuckoo Family.
The performance dates are, opening night Friday November 27th, 2009 and running until Sunday January 17th, 2010.
Friday 27th at 8 pm, Saturday 28th at 8 pm, Sunday 29th at 3 pm (matinee) & 7 pm
Friday 4th at 8 pm, Saturday 5th at 8 pm, Sunday 06th at 3 pm (matinee) & 7 pm
Friday 11th at 8 pm, Saturday 12th at 8 pm, Sunday 13th at3 pm (matinee) & 7 pm
Friday 18th at 8 pm, Saturday 19th at 8 pm, Sunday 20th at 3 pm (matinee) & 7 pm
Saturday 26th at 8 pm, Sunday 27th at 7 pm (SOLD OUT Special Performance for ‘Hope for Life’)
Saturday 2nd at 8 pm, Sunday 3rd at 7 pm
Friday 8th at 8 pm, Saturday 9th at 8 pm, Sunday 10th at 3 pm (matinee) & 7 pm
Friday 15th & Saturday 16th at 8 pm, Sunday 17th at 7 pm (SPECIAL Performances All Profits for Cast, Stage Manager, Light/Sound Operator, Supertitles Operator)
General Admission: $ 25, Seniors/Students/Groups (10 people or more): $ 20
The venue for this production is the theatre at the “Hellenic Cultural Center of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese”, located in Astoria, 27-09 Crescent Street, the heart of the Greek community of New York.
“A Cuckoo Family” is presented in the Greek language, with English Supertitles.
Reservations for “A Cuckoo Family” are currently available at [email protected] or by phone at 646-945-9429, 718-408-4571
*ETHOS MANAGEMENT Inc (ETHOS PRODUCTIONS) is a newly formed organization, located in New York City with a board of professionals in the arts and management. To learn more visit: www.ethosproductions.us