Yasmina Reza is one of the thriving contemporary playwrights. Her play Art (1994) was staged in more than 15 countries, while in London, it ran for more than 1,000 performances. It has been running also for the remarkable number of 13 years on the stage of the Small City Theatre “Off the Channel.” It all starts by the purchase of a picture, incomprehensible at first glance, for a fabulous price. This provides the occasion for a heated debate between friends, which gets quite far from the subject of art and enters their relationships. An equivocal and ironic blend of merciless humor and delicate feelings, a topical and fascinating story about contemporary people, contemporary customs and art with three brilliant actors. The performance is a part of the series of charitable events called “Art Today – For Opportunities Tomorrow”, an initiative carried out jointly with St. St. Constantine and Elena Foundation to collect funds for the establishment of a scholarship for secondary and higher education for underprivileged children.