The play looks, in an experimental approach, closer at the human as they “cannot”. Despite the longing and no matter how much effort has been put in, human cannot commit the seven deadly sins and cannot make the “benefit” they would expect to get as a consequence of their so-called sinful actions.
Because the words referring to the deadly sins are long plasticized. Today, as the words lose their origins, they do not change, they turn into immaterial shells, become plasticized indeed. Shakespeare uses below given dialog as a requem to the “repentance” and how it has become fallen for the modern:
CLAUDIS: “Try what repentance can. What can it not? Yet what can it when one can not repent?”
We invite all theatre-lovers to see this show very special one to us.
R. Dilara AKALIN
Salih Eyüp ÖZKARACA