In this historical play, four famous people face each other without regard of their time. The great part of the sequence of the events in the play take place in the first century, at the time when the Roman Empire was the only superpower of the world. The events in the play show parallelism with our time.
The play displays the consequences of people's attraction and admiration for a superpower. When people are so boundy by these feelings, they may be dragged into even treason. It is up to the spectators to say the last word and the play...
THE SWORD OF DAMOCLES
All over the world, this sword hangs above the heads of ordinary workers, fighters, farmers, most of them living in misery.