The smartest men in Athens hold a contest to see who can give the best speech about love.

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Di
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Ari
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Young Socrates
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Aglaea
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Socrates' Young Son
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Eric
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Peter Landrock ...
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Caleb Mayo ...
Ross
Robert Shampain ...
Paul
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Socrates Granddaughter
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Rizzo
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Socrates attends an awards after-party for his friend Agathon Good, who won for best drama. As everyone claims their love for him and his work, Good insists that each give as clever a speech he can about the character and practice of love. The result is the most famous conversation ever held. Envisioned as a meeting of witty, hip thinkers of any era, the script uses updated language, but is faithful, line by line, to Plato's version. Written by Anonymous

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The most important conversation in history was all about love.

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30 July 2015 (USA)  »

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$24,000 (estimated)
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