3 men, 2 women
Seaweed was written in 2017 for the stage and in 2018 for the screen. It has been awarded by the Screenwriters Guild of Greece (2017).
2017: Analogio Festival, Technis Theatre, Athens (staged reading)
2018: KJCC of NYU, New York (staged reading)
Seaweed was part of the Greek Play Project New York initiative to promote Greek dramaturgy in the US as one of the four contemporary Greek plays to be staged in New York under the Auspices and Sponsorship of the Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports, under the Auspices of the Consulate General of Greece in New York, under the Auspices of the A.S. Onassis Program in Hellenic Studies at NYU, and the National Theater of Greece.
2018-2019: SKROW theatre, Athens
86,400. A father’s will leaves the entire inheritance to his two children, on the condition that the money will go to the one who will invest it in the best possible way within 24 hours, and in particular the day following his funeral. Returning for the first time in 24 years to the beach house where they grew up, two estranged siblings vie fiercely for the inheritance: Alexandra, a cosmopolitan divorced painter who’s come by herself and Andreas, an accountant who is escorted by his wife Martha and his 24-year old son Nicholas. As old wounds are reopened and secrets exposed, the old house becomes the setting for a taut family drama, where Time has the final word. When the notary, blood brother and executor of the will arrives at 12 o’clock to judge the best investment plan, he finds the house deserted. Only viewers are there to learn from his mouth that the 86,400 is no money; it’s the seconds of the day.