WOLF VAN CAPPELLEN
IGOR VAN DESSEL
The hero of the story is an idealistic dreamer. Confined in his father’s workshop since his childhood, Icarus awakens through his friendship with the Minotaur and his fascination for Theseus.
Daedalus lives for this Art and would like to see his son follows his path. Lacking empathy and moral sense, he cares little for the consequences of his inventions, even when they result in horror and tragedy.
The Princess whose beauty is rivalled only by her pride knows how to use her charms to get her way. She is willing to sacrifice everything to win Theseus’ art.
Instrument of the King’s revenge, the Minotaur is the victim of this pathetic tragedy. Alone in his dark prison, he awaits death as a deliverance.
The prince of Athens has the nobility, courage and arrogance of a classic demigod Greek. Nothing and nobody can divert him from his mission: enter into the maze and kill the Minotaur.
The Queen dedicated her life and unconditional love to her monstrous offspring. The announced death of her son drives her into madness.
Humiliated by his wife’s adultery and bruised by the loss of his eldest son in Athens, Minos sinks into a sinister resentment and uses Daedalus to design his diabolical revenge.