Zorba the Greek Message Board

nick Cairis posts a message on 1/21/2006 10:34:28 AM Dear George, I guess we are related. That was my uncle Mikhali. Was your grandmother's name Mabel???
George Vanarthos posts a message on 1/21/2006 12:43:13 AM I don't know if the name "Cairis" is a common one, but my grandmother married a man with the name of Michael Cairis. They lived in South Ozone Park, NY. He died in 1968. His father was Nicholas Cairis. Any relation to you?
nick Cairis posts a message on 1/7/2006 11:57:30 AM Sorry, from my end.... but the Greeks would not wear a fez there is a skull cap shaped piece with a tassel that we wear. Nick

petrakis posts a message on 1/6/2006 5:09:11 PM I would consider something blue and white -- the Greek colors -- and like an Evzone uniform -- a shortish skirt with lots of detailed decoration (like a Greek Key, etc). A fez would be a bit much...
janette knowles posts a message on 1/6/2006 12:33:52 PM My daughter does ice skating freestyle and has just been given zorba dance music. Im trying to find a suitable skating dress for this new program, so could you give me some idea on custome for this music. Many thanks mrs knowles
Torin posts a message on 11/14/2005 7:27:47 PM Did anyone else notice the extremely strong connections between Zorba and the Greek god Dionysos? I noticed a lot of similarities...
francisco lopes posts a message on 8/28/2005 8:30:22 AM Zorba The Greek is a wonderful lesson about what you can do in life: in tragedy or in joy, always dance...A dionisiac lesson, appriate to a greek film and to the wonderful landscape of Creta. Quinn is perfect, and we won´t forget that tragic widow desired and killed by the men of the village, as we won´t forget the fragile Hortense that Zorba has to treat like a child that must be mistified (for the sake of living more, living with some happines, even a imaginary one)
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