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Meeting of artistic directors and representatives of the South-East European theatres

Meeting of artistic directors and representatives of the South-East European theatres
Theatre of the Society for Macedonian Studies – Foyer, 08/04/2006

Meeting of artistic directors and representatives of the southeast European theatres in 8,9 April 2006 in Thessaloniki. Construction of a protocol of collaboration which will be signed by all members.

This festival will be organized in Thessaloniki for the first time in 2007, while major goal is to be organized every one or two years in different Balkan countries.In the activities of the festival, there is the creation of an interbalkan laboratory of ancient drama, along with the co-production of ancient drama performance by two or more countries each time.The Festival will be organized during the summer months as among its goals is the creation of infrastructure for the presentation of ancient drama in its natural area, which are open theatres (ancient theatres wherever they exist) or historical open spaces with proper infrastructure. The promotion of ancient drama in the neighbor countries is necessary, via the creation on new translated works of ancient Greek literature in Balkan languages

Participation: BITEF Festival, Serbia
NTNG International activities
8 and 9 April 2007
Theatre of the Society for Macedonian Studies – Foyer (08/04/2006 - 09/04/2006)
Festival - Event
Aspects of Ancient Drama- 1st Theatre Festival of South-east Europe
The performances of ancient drama are projected to be not less than seven and will be hosted in Royal Theatre and in Forest Theatre (Dassos Theatre) of Thessaloniki. Forest Theatre is an open theatre that simulates the amphitheatres of ancient times. The performances of the participants in the Festival will be supported by National Theatre of Northern Greece in terms of organization (infrastructure, production, publication) and of technical support. There will be parallel translation (superscription) in Greek so to allow Greek audience to watch without problems.
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