ASTORIA – The comedy Ta Filarakia – Bromance, directed by Lukas Skipitaris and with text adaptation by Giorgos Vouros, stars Stratos Tzortzoglou, Manos Pantelidis, and Tasos Karydis. The play opens April 27 at the Archdiocesan Hellenic Cultural Center, 27-09 Crescent Street in Astoria.
“There is no truth without passion, without error… the truth can only be achieved with passion” is just one of the themes explored in this dynamic, dramatic comedy or a drama written funny. Ta Filarakia – Bromance focuses on the issues of male friendship, devotion, the relationship difficulties between women and men, and the general value of friendship and truth.
“What is beautiful and great in this world has never been born of logical discussion,” the comedy highlights.
Anastasios (Tasos Karydis), divorced and separated from his child, has an outlet in “modern art” trying to escape from everyone and everything.
Stratos (Stratos Tzortzoglou) is married but has psychological problems and controlling tendencies. He butts head with Anastasios to preserve the notion of “male friendship” as he sees it.
Manos (Manos Pantelidis) tries to calm the situation, but is tortured by his two mothers, his future wife, and his friends.
A wild fight in a living room ensues that almost ends in a psychodrama among three old friends. Is the “male friendship” innocent and pure, or is it governed by selfishness, eroticism, and power?
Performances from April 27-May 27, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 PM and Sundays at 4 PM, at the Archdiocesan Hellenic Cultural Center, 27-09 Crescent St. in Astoria.
For tickets by phone: 718-626-5111 and +1 917-579-3707 or email: [email protected]org
Sponsors: Hellas FM, ANT1.
A production of Stratosphere Art Inc NY in association with FAMA Theatre Group NY.