Socrates Now: Free Speech & the Role of the Citizen
- March 31, 2019
Enjoy the dramatic fun in DC this Tues., Apr. 2nd, from 6-8PM!
Live from Solid State Books comes the acclaimed "Socrates Now," a solo play that looks to the past to bring to the present new questions of corruption, justice and civic duty, challenging you to think, question and change.
Yannis Simonides' "Socrates Now" is an engaging solo performance that captures the essence of Socratic ethics and relates them to today's political and moral discourse. Take a seat in the court of ancient Athens as Socrates goes on trial for his life, while considering his arguments on virtue, justice, politics, corruption, and how the role of the citizen and free speech are entwined in it all. After critically acclaimed performances at the United Nations, NBC's Today Show, and the Athens Agora, Mr. Simonides brings his show live to Solid State Books on H Street for an evening that will feature the 80-minute play and an ensuing discussion with the actor.
This event is in collaboration with the Embassy of Greece. The play is free, but registration is required.
At Solid State Books, 600 H St., NE, Washington, DC. Click here for info.