Our very talented Greek client Alexander Fragkos appeared in the production ‘TOMORROW WILL BE BETTER’ as “Asclepius”, presented by RADA graduate company be•wilder theatre.
The play was set in a modern day Asclepeion, the legendary Ancient Greek temple of healing, which offers treatment through traditional practices, re-creations of cathartic historical events (e.g. The Dancing Plague of 1518, The Laughter Epidemic of 1962), natural phenomena (e.g. Aurora Borealis, tempests, Perseids) and the power of cinema to several lost souls.
‘TOMORROW WILL BE BETTER’ was streamed live from the Holy Cross Church at St Pancras, as part of the Bloomsbury Festival 2020, and was an incredible platform to explore ways of using this new medium.
Amazing Alexander! Keep the creation going!