From the incident to playwriting and from there on stage: discussion with the author Thanasis Triaridis
Thanasis Triaridis, author, coordinator of CHS Greece Playwriting workshops in 2017–2018; Dr Anna Tsichli Boissonnas, Department of Theatre Studies, University of Peloponnese; Dr Angeliki Spiropoulou, Chair of the Theatre Studies Department, University of the Peloponnese
CHS Greece, Department of Theatre Studies, University of the Peloponnese
Matina Goga (CHS Greece)
Students of the Department of Theatre Studies, and all interested parties
Synopsis of the event:
The University of the Peloponnese, Department of Theatre Studies and CHS Greece co-organize an online Zoom discussion with the author Thanasis Triaridis, open to the students of the Department of Theatre Studies, and all interested parties.
The online meeting is part of the activities that correspond to the cooperation agreement the two institutions have concluded, with a view to the use of the playwritings, in the context of the Department's courses of Acting, Directing, and Theatrical Production.
The students of the course Direction I, taught by Dr Anna Tsichli, chose to practice, and bring to the stage playwritings that emerged from the Center's playwriting workshop, coordinated by the author Thanasis Triaridis and with the administrative support of CHS Greece Curricular Development Manager, Matina Goga.
The author will talk about how these works were triggered and formed during the workshop and the act of triggering playwriting in general.
The event is open to all and will be hosted on Harvard Zoom. Upon registering, you will receive via email the link and password for your attendance in the event.
We would like to extend our sincere thanks to the Dean of the School of Fine Arts of the University of the Peloponnese, Professor Christos Kardaras, and the Associate Professor of the Department of Theatre Studies, Yiannis Leontaris, for supporting the launch of this collaboration. We are also grateful to the Department's Chair, Associate Professor, Angeliki Spyropoulou, who embraced the project, and to faculty members, Dr. Anna Tsichli, Dr. Antonia Vasilakou, Dr. Christina Zoniou, who use the playwritings of the participants of the CHS workshop, coordinated by our guest speaker, in their courses.