Παραστάσεις

BACKSTAGE: JINNY PAPADOPOULOU

  •  Author: Dede Tatou
  • Published on: 09/06/2018

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ALBUM: ALEXIS STAMATIS

  • Published on: 23/05/2018

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BACKSTAGE: SERAFITA GRIGORIADOU

  •  Author: Dede Tatou
  • Published on: 02/05/2018

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An interview with Damianos Konstantinidis

  •  Author: Evangelidou Mirto
  • Published on: 18/04/2018

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BACKSTAGE: ELEANA GEORGOULI

  •  Author: Dede Tatou
  • Published on: 31/03/2018

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ALBUM: NINA RAPI

  • Published on: 27/02/2018

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Μια συνάντηση με την Χρύσα Καψούλη

  • Published on: 13/02/2018

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BACKSTAGE:ARGYRIS XAFIS

  •  Author: Dede Tatou
  • Published on: 24/01/2018

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An interview with Anestis Azas

  •  Author: Poulou Angeliki
  • Published on: 19/01/2018

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Album: Andreas Flourakis

  • Published on: 09/01/2018

Θυμάστε την πρώτη φορά που πήγατε θέατρο; Ποια παράστασή ήταν; Ή ποια ήταν η πρώτη παράσταση που θυμάστε; Δεν θυμάμαι ποια ήταν η πρώτη φορά που πήγα θέατρο, αλλά θυμάμαι τους Όρνιθες στη σκηνοθεσία του Κουν. Πότε κατάλαβατε ότι θέλετε να γράψετε θέατρο; Όσο έγραφα το πρώτο μου έργο. Το ξεκίνησα το 1998 αλλά το τέλειωσα δύο χρόνια μετά. ...

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BACKSTAGE: Nikos Psarras

  •  Author: Dede Tatou
  • Published on: 28/12/2017

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An interview with Hercules Logothetis

  • Published on: 12/12/2017

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An interview with Aspa Tompouli

  •  Author: Tsamouri Tonia
  • Published on: 05/12/2017

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Μια συνάντηση με την Τατού Δέδε

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 30/11/2017

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An interview with Katerina Polychronopoulou

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 30/11/2017

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BACKSTAGE: ANASTASIA RAFAELA KONIDI

  •  Author: Dede Tatou
  • Published on: 24/11/2017

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Album: Minas Vintiadis

  • Published on: 15/11/2017

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ALBUM: Konstantinos Konstantopoulos

  • Published on: 31/10/2017

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BACKSTAGE: ΑΡΗΣ ΜΠΙΝΙΑΡΗΣ

  • Published on: 23/10/2017

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Album: Peny Fylaktaki

  • Published on: 20/10/2017

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An interview with Thalia Griva

  •  Author: Evangelidou Mirto
  • Published on: 20/10/2017

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ΒACKSTAGE: GRIGORIS STAMOULIS

  •  Author: Dede Tatou
  • Published on: 13/10/2017

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An interview with Lia Vitali

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 05/10/2017

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An interview with Anastasis Pinakoulakis

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 04/10/2017

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An interview with Sotiris Douvris

  •  Author: Evangelidou Mirto
  • Published on: 04/10/2017

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BACKSTAGE: EVANGELIA MOUMOURI

  •  Author: Dede Tatou
  • Published on: 26/09/2017

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Μια συνάντηση με την Ναταλία Κατσού

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 23/09/2017

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BACKSTAGE: MANOS KARATZOGIANNIS

  •  Author: Dede Tatou
  • Published on: 17/09/2017

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BACKSTAGE: PANAGIOTIS BOUGIOURIS

  •  Author: Dede Tatou
  • Published on: 08/09/2017

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ΛΕΥΚΩΜΑ: Ευδόκιμος Τσολακίδης - Οι συγγραφείς απαντούν

  • Published on: 28/07/2017

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Album: Akis Dimou - Playwrights answering

  • Published on: 14/07/2017

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Album: Sakis Serefas - Playwrights answering

  • Published on: 25/06/2017

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BACKSTAGE: KOSTIS KALLIVRETAKIS

  •  Author: Dede Tatou
  • Published on: 22/06/2017

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Album: Glykeria Basdeki

  • Published on: 14/06/2017

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An interview with Elena Sokratous

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 03/06/2017

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Μια συνάντηση με τους Ελένη Στεργίου και Κωνσταντίνο Μάρκελλο

  •  Author: Evangelidou Mirto
  • Published on: 17/05/2017

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BACKSTAGE: PARTHENOPI BOUZOURI

  •  Author: Dede Tatou
  • Published on: 13/05/2017

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An interview with Venia Stamatiadi and Maria Houhou

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 02/05/2017

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An interview with Thomas Antonatos

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 27/04/2017

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Μια συνάντηση με την Νίνα Σκριβάνου και τον Γιώργο Δούλο

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 23/04/2017

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BACKSTAGE: KONSTANTINA TAKALOU

  •  Author: Dede Tatou
  • Published on: 14/04/2017

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An interview with Antreas Flourakis

  •  Author: Evangelidou Mirto
  • Published on: 13/03/2017

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An interview with Julieta Kalantzi

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 13/03/2017

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An interview with Prodromos Tsinikoris

  •  Author: Poulou Angeliki
  • Published on: 10/03/2017

A discussion with Prodromos Tsinikoris, director and co-director of the National Theatre’s Experimental Stage, on the goals and the program of the Experimental Stage, as well as the modern Greek theatre and the documentary theatre. His knowledge on what is happening in the theatre world in Greece and in Europe is unique, and so is his ability to have each of his argument connecting with and taking the stage as a point of reference, while a constant movement from the practical to the theoretical discussion with texts and references is taking place. ...

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Μια συνάντηση με την Λεία Βιτάλη (με αφορμή τον Ένατο Γάμο της στο Αγγέλων Βήμα)

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 06/03/2017

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Μια συνάντηση με τον Σάββα Στρούμπο

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 03/03/2017

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An interview with Yorgos Lyras

  •  Author: Karanatsis Christos
  • Published on: 02/03/2017

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An interview with Yorgos Chatzidakis

  •  Author: Kallos Marios
  • Published on: 28/02/2017

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An interview with Yannis Stollas

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 25/02/2017

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BACKSTAGE: ALKISTIS POULOPOULOU

  •  Author: Dede Tatou
  • Published on: 23/02/2017

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An interview with 4frontal

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 11/02/2017

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An interview with Tatou Dede

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 09/02/2017

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BACKSTAGE: SOFIA HILL – ANTONIS MYRIAGOS

  •  Author: Dede Tatou
  • Published on: 30/12/2016

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CONSTELLATION: December - Eleni Varopoulou

  •  Author: Olympiti Olympiada Maria
  • Published on: 26/12/2016

                                                                          Translation: Vasiliki Gkekina   Theatre helped me understand better the “pain of things and people” and doubt one’s quick and arbitrary judgment.   Eleni Varopoulou is a dramaturg, theatre and art critic, translator, essayist. Dedicated to art her whole life. I have followed and read her for many years. I am glad that such a lively and kind person will no doubt continue to draw my attention for many years to come. Her photo could easily adorn a dictionary, after the entry: “man of theatre”. ...

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An interview with Olga Pozeli

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 23/12/2016

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Μια συνάντηση με την Αγνή Παπαδέλη και την Ίριδα Καραγιάν

  • Published on: 18/12/2016

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BACKSTAGE: Μελέτης Ηλίας

  •  Author: Dede Tatou
  • Published on: 11/12/2016

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Μια συνάντηση με τον Ανδρέα Αραούζο

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 10/12/2016

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BACKSTAGE: Ρόζα Προδρόμου

  •  Author: Dede Tatou
  • Published on: 03/12/2016

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CONSTELLATION: November - Eleni Karaindrou

  •  Author: Olympiti Olympiada Maria
  • Published on: 30/11/2016

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Μια συνάντηση με τον Χρήστο Καλμαντή

  •  Author: Bouba Maria
  • Published on: 29/11/2016

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An interview with Yorgos Yannarakos

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 26/11/2016

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An interview with Venia Stamatiadi

  •  Author: Poulou Angeliki
  • Published on: 14/11/2016

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An interview with Spyros Michalopoulos

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 08/11/2016

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An interview with Dimitris Kiousis

  •  Author: Evangelidou Mirto
  • Published on: 08/11/2016

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BACKSTAGE: GIORGOS CHRYSOSTOMOU

  •  Author: Dede Tatou
  • Published on: 27/10/2016

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An interview with Zorzina Tzoumaka

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 25/10/2016

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BACKSTAGE: TZO KAKOUDAKI

  •  Author: Dede Tatou
  • Published on: 16/10/2016

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An interview with Christos Georgiou

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 01/10/2016

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An interview with Christina Sampanikou

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 29/09/2016

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CONSTELLATION: September - Giorgos Kimoulis

  •  Author: Olympiti Olympiada Maria
  • Published on: 25/09/2016

George Kimoulis: Acting is not a product of hypocrisy Translation: Nikos Stamatoulakis For the first “Constellations” interview we chose George Kimoulis, who was born in September.   George Kimoulis is brilliant, always active, servant and master of the art of theatre, eloquent, sharp and profound in substance. He has a way of placing his audience –from a distance– in its place with wide-open eyes, ears, mind and heart. And all that so you can understand that theatre is a study. This is also what he does in person. In every interview, in every conversation. He puts you in your place. He makes you think. We met on a Friday evening. Right outside his house. ...

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BACKSTAGE: DIMITRIS PASSAS

  •  Author: Dede Tatou
  • Published on: 23/09/2016

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An interview with Antonis Diamantis

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 27/08/2016

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An interview with Eugenio Barba

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 25/08/2016

  Eugenio Barba is a living myth and needs no introduction. We have the honor to welcome him, here in Greece in a few days. He is going to direct a Masterclass with his collaborator Julia Varley on Saturday, 28 of August at Heraclion, Crete invited by Antonis Diamantis and Studio Omma.   From Festuge to Caravan Project: Do you think it is possible to reactivate citizens of trembling Europe through theatre and art? What is the need that inspired your Caravan Project? The Festuge is a celebration in our small Danish town Holstebro of its many forms of “subculture”: schools, sport clubs, the military, different churches, ethnical minorities homosexual organisations, etc. ...

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BACKSTAGE: ΑΓΛΑΪΑ ΠΑΠΠΑ

  •  Author: Dede Tatou
  • Published on: 25/07/2016

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An interview with Andreas Andreou

  •  Author: Kallos Marios
  • Published on: 23/07/2016

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Rodrigo Garcia. Στον απόηχο του 4 μια συνέντευξη από το παρελθόν

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 07/07/2016

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An interview with Dimitris Alexakis

  •  Author: Evangelidou Mirto
  • Published on: 13/06/2016

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An interview with Menelaos Karantzas

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 23/05/2016

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An interview with Nikos Magdalinos

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 06/05/2016

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An interview with Thanasis Triaridis

  •  Author: Evangelidou Mirto
  • Published on: 14/04/2016

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Μια συνάντηση με τον Γιάννη Κωσταρή

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 14/04/2016

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Μια συνάντηση με την Έλενα Σωκράτους

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 06/04/2016

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An interview with Fotini Atheridou

  •  Author: Evangelidou Mirto
  • Published on: 09/03/2016

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Μια συνάντηση με τον Στράτο Τζώρτζογλου

  •  Author: Evangelidou Mirto
  • Published on: 03/03/2016

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An interview with Savas Stroumpos

  •  Author: Poulou Angeliki
  • Published on: 24/02/2016

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An interview with Thanasis Papageorgiou

  •  Author: Kallos Marios
  • Published on: 21/02/2016

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An interview with Dimitris Lignadis

  •  Author: Kallos Marios
  • Published on: 05/02/2016

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An interview with Myrto Gondicas

  •  Author: Poulou Angeliki
  • Published on: 10/01/2016

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An interview with Neofitos Panagiotou

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 23/12/2015

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An interview with Katerina Evangelatos

  •  Author: Kallos Marios
  • Published on: 21/12/2015

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An interview with Lia Vitali (2)

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 14/12/2015

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An interview with Vassilis Papavassiliou

  •  Author: Kallos Marios
  • Published on: 04/12/2015

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An interview with Dimitris Tarlow

  •  Author: Kallos Marios
  • Published on: 21/11/2015

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An interview with Stavros Tsakiris

  •  Author: Evangelidou Mirto
  • Published on: 16/11/2015

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An interview with Sissi Papathanasiou

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 26/10/2015

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Who wants to be agreable?

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 23/09/2015

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An interview with Leia Vitali

  •  Author: Karanatsis Christos
  • Published on: 19/08/2015

by Christos Karanatsis    What if we are all immigrants, possible perpetrators and victims of fear and violence up until somebody shows us love? That was the thought that was spinning in my head just after I met and spoke to playwright Lia Vitali. Mrs. Vitali’s new work entitled Night at the Freeway is on every Monday and Tuesday until March 17 at the Aggelon Vima theatre venue and it was the main reason for this interview during which Mrs. Vitali spoke, among other things, about an idea of hers that was conceptualized this year, the challenges playwrights face and the characteristics of modern Greek theatre plays. ...

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An interview with Io Voulgaraki

  •  Author: Karanatsis Christos
  • Published on: 09/08/2015

by Christos Karanatsis Io Voulgaraki is one of the most interesting people of the contemporary Greek theatre world. “Why is that?” you may wonder. A logical question. If you take her prestigious theatre studies in Greece and Russia aside, information which you can find by typing her name and the word CV in a search engine, Io has the qualities of a calm, coherent, serious and truly low-key person. Before you read the answers to the questions I sent her, which between the lines justify my description of her, let me share with you a moment that I carry with me since last summer. A moment she will also find out about by reading the next few lines with you. ...

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An interview with Manos Karatzogiannis

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 14/07/2015

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Μια συνάντηση με τον Βίκτωρα Αρδίττη

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 01/07/2015

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An interview with Nikos Hatzopoulos

  •  Author: Mountraki Irene
  • Published on: 18/06/2015

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An interview with Konstantinos Konstantopoulos

  •  Author: Poulou Angeliki
  • Published on: 11/05/2015

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An interview with Katerina Angelidaki

  •  Author: Karanatsis Christos
  • Published on: 29/04/2015

Α discussion on the playwriting studio organized by the National Theatre of Greece. A new initiative for the support of Greek dramaturgy will become available in a few days by the National Theatre of Greece, headed by journalist Katerina Angelidaki. It is a playwriting workshop coordinated by the author and theatre film critic Iraklis Logothetis. The workshop is another step towards ensuring the development of Greek dramaturgy and the emergence of a generation of young playwrights, with the aid and guidance of established playwrights and various people involved with theatre. ...

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An interview with Giorgos Lyras

  •  Author: Evangelidou Mirto
  • Published on: 07/03/2015

                                                                                          [Translation: Katerina Gournaropoulou] 120 years after its writing in 1894, the play Vourkolakas, will be performed in Greece for the first time, under the direction of Giorgos Lyras. Vourkolakas is the only play ever written by poet and novelist Argyris Eftaliotis. It is a theatrical text, whose theme was mainly inspired by folk legends and is, on a great extent, based on the Greek folk song The song of the dead brother. Eftaliotis’ name is strongly associated with the battle of Greek intellectuals who were in favor of the domination of Demotiki. ...

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An interview with Nadia Foskolou

  •  Author: Evangelidou Mirto
  • Published on: 26/02/2015

                                                                                            [Translation: Vasiliki Misiou] On account of the play “Address Unknown” staged at the TV Control Center, the director of the performance, Nadia Foskolou, gives an interview to The Greek Play Project discussing the issue of responsibility in times of crisis. The novel “Address Unknown”, written by the American author Kathrine Kressmann Taylor, was published in the United States in 1938, just before the outbreak of World War II. More than 50.000 copies of the book were sold in the USA, whereas in Germany it was banned. ...

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A discussion with Dimitra Kondylaki

  •  Author: Evangelidou Mirto
  • Published on: 07/01/2015

                                                                                              [Translation: Vasiliki Misiou] “Modern Greek texts have to distance themselves from ethography and focus on subjects and forms that touch on current international inquiries.” Dimitra Kondylaki talks with love about Greek texts, while thinking at the same time of the events taking place abroad. The discussion with the theatrologist and translator turned out to be a fascinating wander through the history of modern Greek dramaturgy. ...

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An interview with Tatou Dede

  • Published on: 10/12/2014

I believe in a better future and I’m willing to fight for it. Angeliki Dede (AKA Tatou) is a young actress, dancer and musician whose artistic active print is closely intertwined with what constitutes “Greekness” and the issue of Greek identity within a landscape that is constantly reshaping. The Return of Iphigenia by Yannis Ritsos directed by the experienced Manolis Iwnas is a play in which Tatou stars and will travel to New York to represent Greece in the United Solo Theatre Festival ,the largest solo theatre festival in the world. ...

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A discussion with Despina Panagiotopoulou

  •  Author: Karanatsis Christos
  • Published on: 19/11/2014

What is Myth? What does it carry? Will hours of conversation at Protogenous street with director Despina Panagiotopoulou result in finding the answers? The exploration begins not as it is normally expected. She asks me to talk to her about myself. My “now” moments in Athens, my actions, my re-actions.  She offers her “other” comment on this disaffiliation, which I conveniently build in my head, several minutes later, when we discuss the possibility that Anti-Oedipus may as well coexist with Oedipus instead of just schematically stand opposite him, but also the goal of her lifelong research on Myth. "Oedipus can become anti-Oedipus but also subjugate Anti-Oedipus. ...

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A discussion with Katia Arfara

  •  Author: Karanatsis Christos
  • Published on: 18/09/2014

In December 2010, the Onassis Cultural Centre in Athens opened its doors during a time of crisis and economic insecurity.Its main goal was the support of contemporary Greek culture without excluding anyone or staying within predefined creative borders. This point underlines an intention that Katia Arfara, artistic director of Theatre and Dance at the Onassis Cultural Centre, frequently underlined during our conversation about the work of the Centre in its almost four years of life, but also about the current state of the Greek theatrical stage and Greek playwriting. Her tone of voice is pure at heart. Her words are carefully chosen. ...

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A conversation with Aktina Stathaki

  •  Author: Karanatsis Christos
  • Published on: 07/09/2014

The Mediterranean Sea. Around its waters, some of the most historically important civilizations of the world have developed. It’s 2014 and this geographical area makes international news headlines for the socioeconomic developments and changes that are currently taking place in almost all of the countries surrounding the waters of the renowned sea. During the past four years just across the Atlantic Ocean, a Greek woman’s idea to create a platform which would introduce contemporary Mediterranean culture to the people of New York and the U.S., has become a promising and creatively evolving reality. ...

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A conversation with Anastasia Revi

  •  Author: Karanatsis Christos
  • Published on: 07/09/2014

A woman with a tone of voice that underlines both her creative passion and an inquisitive way of thinking, something that every artist owes to oneself. This is, in a few words, Anastasia Revi, the artistic director of the London-based Theatre Lab Company, a group of talented individuals that has been theatrically active since 1997 and has showcased its work in a respectable number of festivals around the world. Anastasia and I met through Skype. Her CV is full of many, quite familiar to a Greek, titles of work - Medea, Antigone, the Oresteia, Lysistrata- to mention just a few. ...

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