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Friday, 26/03/2010
18.00-20.00
Venue: “Polytropon”
Dr Anastasia Bakogianni, Post-doctoral research
Michael Cacoyannis
Foundation, Pireos
Chair: Natasha Merkouri, Classics teacher, Greece
associate in Classical Studies, The Open University, UK
Theatre
206, Tavros, Athens
Greek tragedy on the silver screen: Michael
Cacoyannis’ Euripidean trilogy
Free entrance
Saturday,
09.00-10.00
Registration
10.00-12.30
Karaviti (Jenny) Polyxeni, secondary school
27/03/2010
Venue: “Polytropon”
Michael Cacoyannis
Foundation, Pireos
206, Tavros, Athens
Session A’ (plenary)
teacher, theatre educator
Why a symposium “Ancient Drama: contemporary
approaches and education”?
Schoenmakers Henri, Professor, Theatre & Media
Studies, Roosevelt Academy, International Honors
College of Utrecht University, Holland
Human rights and cultural education
Wiles David, Professor of Theatre, Dept. of Drama
and Theatre, Royal Holloway University of London,
U.K.
Greek theatre: education for citizenship
Konstantinides Damianos, director, theatrologist,
Assistant Professor, Dept. Of Theatre, Aristotelian
University of Thessaloniki, Greece
Approaching Greek Tragedy
Discussion
Session B’ (plenary-
12.30-13.30
Light lunch
13.30-15.00
Hardwick Lorna, Professor, Dept. of Classics, The Open
lecture, discussion &
University, U.K.
workshop)
Reading and Performing Greek plays: ancient and
modern in dialogue.
Group work:
Working with students today: opportunities and
challenges
15.00-15.30
Parallel practical
15.30-18.30*
workshops
Coffee break
1) Apostolidis Tasos, comics script writer,
mathematician, director of the Secondary Program of
the American Farm School of Thessaloniki, Greece
The illustration of Comics as a means of approaching
“Polytropon”
Michael Cacoyannis
* or
Ancient Drama. Art and Technique
16.00-19.00
Goethe Institute
(depending on
venue)
Spiti tis Kyprou
2) Biniaris Giorgos, actor-director, Greece
Choral odes in Euripides’ Helen
3) Dr Chronopoulou Giouli, Greek language and
literature teacher, Lissikatou Matina, Theatrologist,
Educational Television, Greece
Aeschylus’ Eumenides: the end of violence and
Aristophanes’ Clouds: Educational Television and
learning practices
4) Karaviti (Jenny) Polyxeni, secondary school
teacher, theatre educator, Greece
Our own Antigone
5) Mandaka Margarita, choreographer - performer,
Greece
A three hour flight with Aristophanes’ Birds for those
who haven’t flown yet (no previous experience
required)
6) Parali Tina, sculptor, scenery maker, Greece
Mask workshop
7) Tsakiris Stavros, theatre director, Department of
Theatre Studies, University of Peloponnese, artistic
director of Omicron 2 arts company, Greece
Word – the gesture of imagination (What after
prosody?)
8) Wiles David, Professor of Theatre, Royal Holloway
University of London, U.K.
9) Zamboulakis George, theatre director, Greece
The acoustical mask of Greek Tragedy
Working the chorus
Sunday,
09.30-10.00
Arrival
28/03/2010
Venue: “Polytropon”
Michael Cacoyannis
Foundation, Pireos
206, Tavros, Athens
Session C’ (plenary)
10.00-12.30
Chair: Antigoni Paroussi, Assistant Professor,
Department of Early Childhood Education, National &
Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
Remediaki Ioanna, philologist, director, Dr. of
Theater Studies, Athens University, Greece
Antigone-Creon: it takes two to tango. Translation
remarks
Papazoglou Eleni, Assistant Professor of Ancient
Drama, School of Fine Arts, AUTH, Greece
Teaching tragedy ex cathedra and ab scena: on tragic
morals
Marmarinos Michael, theatre director, President of
the Hellenic Centre of the I.T.I., Assistant Professor at
the Theatre Department at the Aristotelian University
of Thessaloniki, Greece
Ancient Drama: An Endless Journey
Lignadis Dimitris, actor, director, Greece
Ancient Drama: directing and “self-directing” – an
example
Mavromoustakos Platon, Professor, Dept. Of
Theatre Studies, University of Athens, Greece
The offended spectators, the audience of common
people and the calm audience
Discussion
12.30-13.30
Light lunch
Session D’ (plenary-
13.30-15.00
Chair: Platon Mavromoustakos, Professor, Theatre
lecture, discussion &
Studies Dept, National & Kapodistrian University of
workshop)
Athens, Greece
Schoenmakers Henri, Professor, Τheatre and Media
Studies, Roosevelt Academy, International Honors
College of Utrecht University, Holland
Performance analysis and theatrical communication
15.00-15.30
Parallel practical
15.30-18.30*
workshops
Coffee break
1) Dr Chronopoulou Giouli, Greek language and
literature Teacher, Lissikatou Matina, Theatrologist,
MA in Arts Management, Educational Television,
“Polytropon”
Michael Cacoyannis
Goethe Institute
* or
16.00-19.00
Greece
Aeschylus’ Eumenides: the end of violence and
(depending on Aristophanes’ Clouds: Educational Television and
learning practices (same as Saturday)
venue)
Spiti tis Kyprou
2) Gyra Antigone, choreographer, artistic director of
Kinitiras Dance Spectacle and Kinitiras studio Artistic
Residency Centre, Greece
Heroines from the Ancient Theatre as inspiration for
contemporary dance theatre
3) Heyme Hansgünther, artistic director, Theater im
Pfalzbau, Ludwigshafen am Rhein, Germany
Sophocles’ Antigone
4) Lignadis Dimitris, actor, director, Greece
Ancient Drama: directing and “self-directing” – an
example
5) Mandaka Margarita, choreographer - performer,
Greece
A three hour flight with Aristophanes’ Birds for those
who have flown before (previous experience required)
(same as Saturday)
6) Nicholson Helen, Professor of Drama and Theatre
Royal Holloway, University of London, U.K.
Medea’s children
7) Parali Tina, sculptor, scenery maker, Greece
Mask workshop (same as Saturday)
8) Zamboulakis George, director, Greece
The acoustical mask of Greek Tragedy
9) Dr Zannetou-Papacosta Maria, Theatre/Drama
educator, Primary School Principal, Cyprus
An alternative approach to the Aristophanic comedy:
Emergent Dramatic Form
Monday,
09.30-10.00
Arrival
10.00-12.30
Chair: Nikos Govas, theatre/drama educator, Greece
29/03/2010
Venue: Goethe
Institute, Omirou 1416, Athens
Session E’ (plenaryworkshop)
Heyme Hansgünther, artistic director, Theater im
Pfalzbau, Ludwigshafen am Rhein, Germany
What happened here over the last three days?
Meschke Michael, Emeritus Professor in Puppet
Theatre, Stockholm, Sweden
Three cultures for Sophocles: a unique stage
adventure
Trubotchkin Dmitry, Professor, Department of
Theatre Studies, Russian Academy of Theatre Arts
GITIS, Moscow, theatre director, State Institute for Art
Studies, Moscow, Russia
Ancient Drama and the Russian Psychological Theatre
(Notes on Two Student Performances in Moscow)
Discussion
12.30-13.30
Light lunch
13.30-17.30
Workshop by Filippos Tsalahouris, composer,
Session F’ (plenary-
Athens Conservatory Drama School, Greece
workshop)
Teaching the Chorus: searching for means of
expression and interpretive approaches
(there will be a short break)
17.30-18.00
Closing - Farewell
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