Have you ever wondered what did the first woman and the first man think of each other? And how did their relationship develop, as they were the first couple on Earth? Last Sunday I went to a play that imagined the answer to these questions by taking a playful and witty approach to the widely known religious subject.
The Diary of Adam and Eve by Mark Twain (adapted by Eugen Gyemant and interpreted by Dana Rogoz as Eve and Dan Rădulescu as Adam) tells the story of the two biblical characters, who were not only the first man and woman, but also the first husband and wife.
We are presented their lives from their own perspectives, from Eve’s birth to her death. If you imagine they were sad and bored, being just the two of them on Earth, think again! Just like anyone’s life, theirs was a journey of self-discovery sprinkled with funny moments, couple issues, care for their children, and curiosity toward everything around them.