September 7, 2022 21:30
Tiresias. The soothsayer of the Greek tragedy. Called to speak about the plague that tormented Thebes. Made blind and seer by divine decision, after living in the body of a man and a woman and after affirming the superiority of the female pleasure. More than ever today it seemed necessary to evoke Tiresias, if only for the need to look deeply into the darkness of our age or to use fiction to peer into its abysses.
The scene. Seven chapters or seven choreographic divinations in which the figure of Tiresias circulates and is articulated through his presence, between the irony of an imminent catastrophe and the sadness of a restart. Here Tiresias is man and woman, human and serpent, mineral and ethereal. He appears and mingles with his divinations.
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