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2nd year Performance: “Moonlighting” taught/directed by Dimitris Kouroumbalis

One of Simenon’s best “dark” novels about decadence and madness takes place in Africa, in the French colony of Gabon. A young Frenchman falls in love with the owner of the hotel where a mysterious murder has just taken place. Adele, the prime suspect, convinces him to embark on a long and difficult journey inland. The jungle, the fever, suspicions and insane jealousy lead the young man to a crescendo of mental disorder that leads to insanity.


Adaptation, direction: Dimitris Kouroumbalis

Actors: Haris Annis, Dimitris Galanakis,

Yannis Goloi, Maria Ioannidou, Anna Kavaka, Vasiliki Kourgiali, Irini Kyrlaki, Fotini Lefkopoulou, Manolis Piteris, Anestis Sihonidis, Maria Tsiakka, Christos Tsigos, Anastasia Tsoukala, Athena Pseutoudi

Presented at the Serafion of the Municipality of Athens as part of the AGATHA CHRISTIE Detective Literature Festival, at the Vassilis and Eliza Goulandris Museum auditorium, as well as at the Tempus Verum theater as part of the ADAPT FESTIVAL.

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