“Wanderings of Odysseus” 2012, September 12 – 15, at 20.30 Michael Cacoyannis Foundation

“Wanderings of Odysseus” 2012, September 12 – 15, at 20.30 Michael Cacoyannis Foundation

 
Stanford Summer Theater of the internationally recognized Stanford University

presents the play:

 

“Wanderings of Odysseus” 2012, September 12 – 15, at 20.30 Michael Cacoyannis Foundation

 (Based on Homer’s Odyssey)

 

Translation Oliver Taplin

Theatrical Adaptation – Direction Rush Rehm

Duration: 135’

Language: English

 

 
The Michael Cacoyannis Foundation, consistent to its principals and goals, responded to the call for proposals for Attica Regional Operational Programme 2007-2013 which is co financed by the European Regional Development Fund and the Ministry of Education & Religion Affairs, Culture and Sports. The proposal was approved and Michael Cacoyannis Foundation is now responsible to implement the Act under the title “ANCIENT GREEK DRAMA: Influences and Contemporary Approaches”

 

This is a three year program (2012 – 2014) to promote research and study of the ancient Greek drama with an aim to build an international communication dialogue as well as discussion network between artists that pose different artistic approaches.

 

The program consists of three distinct projects and collaborations. Every project will last for about a month –every September- and it will be accomplished in cooperation with foreign recognized universities.

 

The program begins the following September, in collaboration with Stanford Summer Theater (SST) of the Stanford University located in the U.S., featuring Wanderings of Odysseus (based in Homer’s Odyssey) translated by Oliver Taplin adapted and directed by Rush Rehm and it will be presented at Michael Cacoyannis Foundation’s main theatrical hall from September 12 to September 15. 

 

For the first time in Athens in the framework of the Act under the title Ancient Greek Drama: “Influences and Contemporary Approaches”

for a three – year period (2012 – 2014), co financed  by the European Regional Development Fund And the Ministry of Education & Religion Affairs, Culture and Sports. As part of the Attica Regional Operational Programme 2007-2013

 

 

 

The event is finished.

Date

Oct 01 2022
(e)Magazino