09. June 2022




Odin Teatret
Særkærparken 144
7500 Holstebro

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Kr. 120 / 60

Fabrica Athens, Greece

Actor: Giovanna Michaliadi Sarti Director: Fanis Katechos 
Musician: Nefeli Stamatogiannopoulou - Video: Tal Yuval Mor 

Duration: 60 min. - Performed in Greek


Xanthi is a theatre performance which allegorically approaches the three levels of consciousness (waking, dreaming and deep sleep) and what we humans have christened reality. The performance is based on the life events of an ordinary woman, called Xanthi, who was born in 1934 in the island of Chios, Greece, and is supposed to be the performer’s grandmother. Living in a crucial period of history, both nationally and internationally, her turbulent life brings on stage a new creature, which continuously transforms. Inspired by the artistic movement of surrealism, the yoga sutras, as well as influenced from personal and artistic references and the performer’s family tree, the performance is not only artistic research, but also a healing process.

Giovanna Michaliadi Sarti started working on this project in 2018, researching how a performer can be an independent creator and experimenting with the use of soap bubble and circus elements in theatre.

Giovanna Michaliadi Sarti is member and performer of the Multiactive Team - Fabrica Athens Theatre Group since 2015. Giovanna has worked with performing arts since 2011 beginning with Hoop-dance and then training in circus techniques such as stilts, unicycle, juggling, walking globe and fire juggling since 2013. She has taken part in festivals in Greece and abroad as a Hula Hoop Performer, a Fire Performer and as a member of the performing duet Mr and Mrs Bubble. In addition, she cooperates with the Greek group of Clowns Without Borders Sweden. She is a Nada Yoga Teacher trained in the Nada Yoga School in Rishikesh, India. As a performer she has taken part in site specific performances, in shorts of Studio Matejka and in the performances 7 Deadly Sins and Faith by Fabrica Athens Theatre Group.

Fanis Katehos graduated from Drama School and continued training next at London Centre for Acting. As a theatre trainer he collaborates with the Korydallos Psychiatric Establishment for Prisoners, the Nazim Hitmek Akademi Korosu (Constantinople), the Department of Architecture of the Alicante University (Spain), Mostar Organisation (Bosnia), Asosiación Juvenil Inter-

A.J Inter (Spain) and the Drama School “Iakovos Kampanelis” of the Municipality of Agia Varvara. He also holds seminars in Fabrica Athens Theatre Group and in European Youth Programs. As an actor, director and coach he has taken part in a great number of plays. His latest performances were Land without Man, Faith and 7 Deadly Sins of Fabrica Athens Theatre Group. He was the first to bring Bubble Performing to Greece with Mr and Mrs Bubble. He is co-founder of the Fabrica Athens Theatre Group Art Team, Fabrica Athens Art Space, and the creator and organiser of the Handmade and Recycled Theatre Festival.

Nefeli Stamatogiannopoulou is a nominated composer, im- proviser, bass player and has participated in many theatre performances and films as a composer, performer or director.

She collaborates with the Duende ensemble, Milena Principle, Teatr Andra and is the founding member of the musical group Spooky RedRum and the research artistic group Ov OFF. She finished her postgraduate studies at the department of Compositon for film, theatre and performing arts of the Ionian University, where she is a PhD candidate and a tutorial teacher.


Tal Yuval Mor is a multimedia artist and performer from San Francisco, California. She is currently based between California, Greece, and Israel. She studied Art & Technology at Mills College in Oakland, California. She was raised by Mission Arts Performance Project, a group of artists and neighbours who create multi-genre art events spanning the Mission District. Since July 2021, she has been a student and collaborator of Multiactive Group of Art Fabrica in Athens, Greece.



organisation that promotes artistic creation, research and education, since its establishment in 2009. It is active in the fields of theatre (performance, street theatre, applied theatre, research theatre), circus, yoga and handmade DIY constructions, both nationally and internationally. It organises the annual HRTFest. The goals of the group are to support independent and handmade creation, as well as to support and train young artists (performers and actors). In addition, it invests in building links between people, scientists, artists, scholars and different disciplines towards an interdisciplinary, holistic and human- centred art.

3 - 12 June 2022

An international theatre festival for women in contemporary theatre. This year’s festival theme is
The Splendour of the Ages
Theatre - Women - Courage

The Transit Festival has existed since 1995 and it is part of The Magdalena Project, an international network of women in theatre created to enable women to produce work that more profoundly reflects their own experience. The festival is directed by Julia Varley, actress of Odin Teatret.