Tomorrow is Today is a work by Christodolous Panayiotou that has involved an intense conversation with the artist and his former tutor Jean Verdeil (a French academic and theatre anthropologist.), both explore three aspects of theatre: Greek theatre and the city; the Baroque idea of “the world as a stage”; and the German playwright and theatre director Bertolt Brecht. Through the conversation Panayiotou and Verdeil entered a space of exchange, an exercise of sharing, learning and disagreement on different viewpoints relating to the three chosen areas of discussion.
Working with the founder and Artistic Director of Cambridge's Shams Theatre, Jonathan Young, the conversation was brought to life in a live perfomance recital by actors Dominic Fitch and Jeremy Killick. The performance took place in the Wysing Theatre - a specially improvised space.