Workshop - 2017 Summer

 

Greek Tragedy

Summer Workshop 2017
Having staged and performed in many ancient plays, Nikos Dionysios is recognized for his unique approach to Greek tragedy
and gives workshops and master classes at: Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA), Stratford Festival of Canada, London Actors Centre, Central School of Speech and Drama, Lancaster University, etc.* . . . . . read more
 
 
“The Chorus in Greek Tragedy”
This workshop explores the chorus in Greek tragedy.
We will practice methods of acting with and without the use of the mask.

Ten day workshop
For theatre students and professionals.
Athens, Greece.

 

“The poetry of Aeschylus”
We will discover the poetry of Aeschylus and his playwriting.
The plays will be approached from the actor and director’s point of view.

Five day workshop
For theatre students and professionals.
Athens, Greece

 

“Euripides and contemporary theatre”
We will explore the plays of Euripides and the dynamics of his poetry in the context of our world.
Various methods of acting will be explored.

Five day workshop
For theatre students and professionals.
Athens, Greece

 

“Ancient Greek Tragedy, Modern Poetry and Symbolism through Movement”
This workshop explores the connection and continuity between the past and now using movement as the vehicle.

Ten day workshop
For theatre students and professionals, dancers and poets.
Athens, Greece

 

“Working on a play – Greek tragedy or comedy”
This workshop will develop all aspects of a specific ancient play.

Ten day workshop
For theatre students and professionals.
Athens, Greece

 

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