With the participation of students and instructors from 23 countries.
Epidaurus Lyceum – International Summer School of Ancient Drama has officially entered its second active year of operations: on Monday, July 2, the Lyceum welcomed hundreds of drama students and graduates, dance students and theatre students from all over the world.
For the next 30 days to come, Epidaurus will be transformed into a meeting point for young artists of diverse cultural/artistic backgrounds. Participants will have the opportunity to work together with internationally established theatre and dance artists in workshops tackling this year’s Epidaurus theme, Polis (City) and the Citizen.
This year, Epidaurus Lyceum will run in two cycle (Cycle A: 2-16 July, Cycle B: 18 July – 1 August), expanding its international character through the participation of students and teaching staff from 23 different countries (Mexico, Turkey, China, USA, UK, India, France, Switzerland, Russia, Taiwan, Italy, Australia, Belgium, Denmark, Lithuania, Romania, Zimbabwe, Chile, Austria, Serbia, Iran, Greece, Cyprus).
Epidaurus Lyceum offers Argolis residents the opportunity to attend free of charge the workshop of Cycle B Antigone, or when I becomes We and We becomes I, taught by Sanjoy Ganguli, founder of the most influential theatre organization in India, and Christina Zoniou, tenured member of the specialized teaching staff at the University of the Peloponnese.
Evening lectures, theory workshops and masterclasses also heard as part of the programme of studies of Epidaurus Lyceum will be open to the public once again this year and will be conducted in English.
Check out this year’s programme: https://aefestival.gr/epidaurus-lyceum/programme/?lang=en