[MGSA-L] ILIAD - McGill MGS Public Lecture with Stathis Livathinos
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Tue Nov 11 08:39:17 PST 2014
*McGill Modern Greek Studies presents a PUBLIC LECTURE with Stathis
Stathis Livathinos will present a contemporary theatrical approach to
Homer’s ILIAD through narration and action in a form of lecture and Q&A,
followed by a short preview of a part of the play.
*WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 19, 2014 - 17:30-19:30 / Thomson House, 3650 Rue
McTavish, McGill University*
A wine and cheese reception will follow.
Sponsored by the Papachristidis Chair in Modern Greek and Greek-Canadian
Stathis Livathinos was born in Athens. He graduated from the Pelos Katselis
Drama School and the University of Athens. He studied Theatre Direction at
the Moscow State Theatre Institute GITIS (1984-1990). He was the Artistic
Director of the Experimental Stage of the National Theatre (2001-2007)
where he founded the first School of Theatre Directing in Greece. He taught
at Harvard’s A.R.T. postgraduate theatre studies department (2001-2003).He
has directed more than 35 shows such as: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are
dead by T. Stoppard, Love's Labour Lost by W. Shakespeare (2001), Moliere
by M. Boulgakov (2004), The Idiot by F. Dostoyevsky (2007), King Lear by W.
Shakespeare (2009), Danton’s Death by G. Buechner (2011). He was awarded
the Moscow Critics Prize, the Critics Best Newcomer Award, Fotos Politis
Award Theatre Directing, The Karolos Koun Directing Award and the Critics
International Repertory Directing Award.
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