Drama in Action
Members of the Club will study ancient drama in a modern way and attempt to present their work at the Syracuse Festival, in cooperation with Mr. Theodore Angelopoulos of the Michael Kakogiannis Foundation. Finally, the Club will collaborate with the Online Magazine published by the College starting this year and will concern graduate artists, promoting the values that our School serves.
Aims and benefits:
a) Improvement of the use and delivery of speech: collaboration, the experience of beauty as a product of artistic and experiential exercise, body language, the service of the arts that collaborate in a theatrical production (scenery design, costume design, translation, music, painting, etc.).
b) New approach to ancient drama which will replace its museum approach with modern approaches to directing.
Faculty Advisor: Mr. I Tsatalis
Day and Times: Monday 3:30 – 5:00 p.m.