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THE BARITONE'S SHOES by Dimitris Baslam

6th Online festival «The Bear and the Baritone on Other Planets»

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Α musical performance for children and grown-ups based on musician and author Dimitris Baslam’s book of the same title. Mr Charitone was a Baritone, not a cook or tailor or butler or furniture-maker; he was a well-preserved, courteous and always well-dressed Baritone. “Charitone Fuchs, it’s a pleasure to meet you!” he used to say, with a hint of pomposity when he introduced himself, while also taking, of course, the appropriate bow. “Lyric Baritone”, he would add. “Not melodic, lyric!” he would insist, emphasising the difference between them, if anyone asked him: “Seriously, what’s the difference, Mr Charitone?”. Then he would answer: “It’s just a matter of repertoire!”. To Mr Charitone, of course, it was just a matter of precision… A narrator, a dancer and three performers-musicians are on stage portraying all of the work’s characters. They move, communicate, and dance to eventually become Mr Charitone Fuchs, the Baritone.

Creative team – Cast

Κείμενο – Σκηνοθεσία – Μουσική: Δημήτρης Μπασλάμ
Σκηνικά – Κοστούμια: Μάρθα Φωκά
Χαρίτονος Φουξ – Χορογραφία: Ερμής Μαλκότσης
Αφήγηση: Μιχάλης Βαλάσογλου
Βιόλα, βιολί: Φώτης Σιώτας
Rhodes: Ορέστης Μπενέκας
Τσέλο: Δέσποινα Σπανού 

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