Applications are open for participation to the Seminar "Introduction to Comedy: Techniques and Analysis"  organised by the professional theatrical group THE.AM.A. - Theater for People with disabilities.

the Seminar commences on 02/11/2016.

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The Seminar is addressed to people with or without disabilities who wish to explore performing arts and the actor's functions, who are graduates from Drama schools or just want to practice and cultivate their skills in the performing field of comedy. Among the participants the cast will be selected for the upcoming production of THE.AM.A.  "Nekrassov" by Jean Paul Sartre.

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THE.AM.A. as an active member of the “Movement of Artists with Disabilities” are participating in the 4 th Antifascist Festival for the Performing Arts, bringing on the stage of theatre “Empros” the play by E. Ionesco “Jacob, or the Submission”.

 Thursday 19 May, 2016 at 20:45 – Theatre “EMPROS”, Psiri area in Athens. 

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THE.AM.A. participates in the First Symposium. During the First Symposium for the conception in Classical Antiquity “Continuities and Discontinuities in the Conception of Classical Texts” of the graduate and post-graduate students of the University of Patra, Vassilis Oikonomou, the founder of THE.AM.A., will present his paper "Persians" by Aeschylus. The translation for professional theatrical group THE.AM.A. Persians, the play directed by Vassilis Oikonomou, is a new production of THE.AM.A. for this summer season and is expected to stage several performances. The Symposium will take place on the 28 th and 29 th of May, 2016 in the University of Patra, Department of Philology, under the auspices of the research group Jocasta Classical Reception led by the Prof. of Classical Philology Euphemia Karakantza. The Symposium will conclude its activities with the performance by THE.AM.A of “Deserts: Cassandra – Philoctetes” a hypertext adaptation by Sophia Stavrakaki and Apollonia Tsanta based on the original classic text of “Alexandra” by Lycophron and “Philoctetes” by Sophocles respectively. The performance is directed by Sophia Stavrakaki. 

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