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Erotic exploration of love, death, sacrifice and betrayal. Herod's step daughter Salome, frustrated in her desire for the imprisoned John the Baptist, performs for Herod one of the most famous and erotic dances of all time and then demands as her reward the head of the holy man. But in doing so she only influences her own terrible downfall. Anastasia Revi's unique approach sets Salome in the 1930s where King Herod is celebrating his birthday in style with a sumptuous banquet. The production has been highly acclaimed by reviewers internationally who have noted its aesthetic, excellent performances, and avant-garde and beautiful visuals.Performers Denise Moreno (Salome), Konstantinos Kavakiotis (King Herod), Helen Bang (Queen Herodias), Matthew Wade (Iokannan - A Prophet), Tobias Deacon (Man of the Palace), Benoit Gouttenoire (Young Syrian), Annabelle Brown (Eros).
Author Oscar Wilde. Company Theatre Lab. Director Anastasia Revi. Costume Valentina Sanna. Musical Director Annabelle Brown. Lighting Yiannis Katsaris. Producer Martina Reynolds.
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