Meet The Labbers

Over the years, Physical Lab has grown into an international community of artists.

Our residencies and workshops have inspired many collaborations and we're always excited to share what our team and our participants get up to outside of the lab...

Waiting For Godot

with Mariza Theofylaktopoulou

 

'What is it to try everything and fail?

To constantly strive to go against fear, madness and death?

To be forced to continue existing?'

 

Mariza trained with us at our summer residency 2017. Her current work, Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett, explores the themes of stagnation, rejected expectation and loss of meaning in life.

 

The play is directed by Nellie Karra, who is also Yorgos' teacher.

 

Performances take place at the Skrow Theatre in Athens

until  January 2018.

 

Find out more and book tickets at 

https://www.skrowtheater.com/perimenontas-ton-godot-17-18

 

Most Beautiful Island

with Joshua Youngerman

 Most Beautiful Island, featuring Joshua Youngerman, is a psychological thriller, reminiscent of the early Polanski films from the 60s-70s. It follows an illegal immigrant and her struggles in

New York City. 

Joshua is part of our US lab community, check out the trailer and show your support for a fellow labber.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CBLKI8ZoJ-A 

The Last Note

with YORGOS KARAMALEGOS 

 

The Last note is the latest film of the Greek director Padelis Voulgaris, based on the true story of the execution of two hundreds communist Greeks, prisoners under the German occupation during WW2.

 

The feature was filmed in Crete with an international cast, and features Yorgos Karamalegos, the artistic director of Physical Lab, who plays the part of the communist Nikos Mariakakis, who was executed on the 1st of May 1944.

 

The film premiered in Greece on the 26th of October 2017.

European distribution will follow.

Check out the Trailer at

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NmVGqscGxoE