A musical performance made from the posts that fill our newsfeed every day.
Patriarchy, sexism, giveaways, femicide, homophobia, fascism, close friends, police violence, victim blaming, and the absurdity of dating apps become songs in a performance about the circus called Greece.
A show that traverses the country’s musical history and discovers how many problematic songs we have unknowingly sung while growing up.
A show that, true to our constant national need to Europeanize, allows Abba to converse with Zambetas, Dua Lipa with Tzeni Vanou, the homophobic Greek series of the 90s with tinder and the international research on the increase of abused women during the quarantine period with rebetika songs.
Many small plagues that we encounter every day will pass through the stage of KET, which we will mock, celebrate, exorcise and perhaps finally understand.
The performance is supported by the Ministry of Culture.
The performance is in the greek language.