The Fox and the Grapes

February / 22  / 23  / 24, 2018

7:00   P.M

What would you do with love without freedom or freedom without love? Aesop

 

From: Guillherme Figueiredo
Direction: Francis Parra

About the work:

The action takes place on the island of Samos, Greece between the 5th and 6th centuries BC.  The theme is the love of freedom and the author of the work personifies it in a slave named Aesop, who through fables reveals human values, including freedom.  The character Aesop tells his fables and with his wisdom he involved everyone around him in the plot of his stories and above all, keeping clear his main goal, which was his freedom.  The conflict culminates and the story has a dramatic outcome when the slave demands that his master comply with granting him the promised freedom to get him out of the mess that would have led him to ruin.  Aesop has to pay with his own life after a visit to the temple at Delphi.

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