First year of Adult Theatre Workshops in the NTNG > (29/09/2017)


Two new classes, for adults this time, have been added to the theatrical workshops of the National Theatre of Northern Greece this year, for the season 16/10/17- 05/06/18.

The classes will be split according to age, and the participants will be able to attend once a week, choosing their preferred day. The first class is for adults from 18 to 29 years old, while the second one is aimed at adults of 30 years plus.

During the first period of meetings, participants will engage with improvisation, the exploration of their expressive means, and rhythm and communication refinement. They will discover their limits within the team and will become acquainted with their body. During the second period they will learn how to approach texts on a theatrical level.

Through improvisation, costumes and acting they will explore the enchanting world behind the curtains.
 

 
 

Adult Workshops Schedule 2017 – 2018

1st class: 18 to 29 years old
Days: Monday 18.00 – 21.00
Venue: Vassiliko Theatre

2nd class: 18 to 29 years old
Days: Monday 18.00 – 21.00
Venue: Vassiliko Theatre

3rd class: 18 to 29 years old
Days: Tuesday 18.00 – 21.00
Venue: Vassiliko Theatre

4th class: 30 years old plus
Days: Monday 18.00 – 21.00
Venues: Theatre and Society for Macedonian Studies

5th class: 30 years old plus
Days: Monday 18.00 – 21.00
Venue: Vassiliko Theatre

6th class: 30 years old plus
Days: Tuesday 18.00 – 21.00
Venue: Vassiliko Theatre
 

The participation fee is 200 € per year (with the possibility of payment in two instalments). The fee is reduced to 120 € per year when more than one member of the same family participate in NTNG theatre workshop classes.

Registrations take place from Friday 22 September 2017 at the Vassiliko Theatre Box Office during Box Office opening hours. Completion of an application form and payment of at least 50% of the participation fee are required. 

For more information, contact the theatre workshops supervisor in the National Theatre of Northern Greece Ms. Konstantina Matziri, from Monday to Friday, 09:30 a.m. to 13:30 p.m. at 2315 200 029.
 

The text was translated from Greek by students at the Joint Postgraduate Studies Program (J.P.P.S.) “Conference Interpreting and Translation” of the Faculty of Philosophy of the Aristotle University, under the supervision of Dr. Christopher Lees

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