COMEDY: A TRAGEDY IN ONE ACT to be Performed in English for the First Time, 5/31

May 25
6:41 PM 2014
COMEDY: A TRAGEDY IN ONE ACT to be Performed in English for the First Time, 5/31

Comedy: A Tragedy in One Act will be performed for the first time in English at Sadler's Wells on 31 May 2014.

The play is being staged by the innovative emerging theatre company The Canting Crew and has been made possible with the support of Kazantzakis Publications, Ethnos Newspaper Group, EdmissionUK and EntertainingTV.

For full details of the cast of Comedy: A Tragedy in One Act please visit: The Canting Crew website

Kazantzakis wrote Comedy in 1909 while he was still young but it already explores some of thechallenging and original thinking that was to mark much of his later work. More than 50 years on from his death, Kazantzakis remains a divisive figure and his religious thought continues to resonate in the context of today's religious debate.

The performance of the play will be followed by a round table discussion chaired by author Dr Lewis Owens with panel guests including Kazantzakis Publications Director Niki Stavrou, Professor of Religion Darren Middleton, Modern Greek Professor Roderick Beaton and the play's director Stephen Oswald.

Tickets can be purchased at

EntertainingTV are producing a film of the play and a feature length film about the play's author Nikos Kazantzakis.

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