Monday 1 January 0001 - Saturday 3 November 2018
Aberdeen Arts Centre
Lilies – performance based on popular Polish ballad by Adam Mickiewicz with the same title, kept in Shakespeare’s bloody tragedy style.
It is a story about a murderess, who planted the eponymous lilies on her victim’s grave. As these blossoms are a well known symbol of innocence, she cannot cover her crime with them and breaks a natural scheme of things. Since then the main plot of crime and punishment will be placed in a world of supernatural powers and the justice will be brought from the grave.
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