Wednseday 12.30-14.30 & Thursday 18.00-20.00
Classes do not accept new participants
Photo: Pavlos Mavridis
Coordinated by Dimitris Agoras
When you want to play the bagpipes, you must go down to hell…
How the written word becomes spoken?
How a play takes shape?
How a role gets life?
Can I do it myself? To stand on stage?
To find the truth of the role through my own? To become part of the miracle?
Dimitris Agoras through sensory exercises, improvisation, theatre games, text and role analysis opens a window on the fundamentals of acting so as to not only take a look at the theatre but also to experience its power and magic body and soul.
This year, Kinitiras’ classes, workshops and parallel actions are inspired from the idea of rebirth and the incredible power of human race and nature to be reborn through ashes and death.
At the end of the year, the group members, having gone through the same process, have a common purpose and vision as amateurs and professionals artists are brought together to create something unique. Our purpose is that the class and the rehearsal process will act as a healing factor in our daily life. In this way, the social benefits of the arts directly affects the everyday life of the local community.
Dimitiris Agoras was born in Athens. He is a father of three children. He studied theatre in the Vasilis Diamantopoulos School and he has been a trainee of Niki Triantafillidi. He has attended workshops with Andrea Manolaki, Dimitri Imello and others.
Among others he has cooperated with the National Theatre (M.Kagogiannis), Open Theatre (G.Michailidis ), Neos Kosmos Theatre (Ν. Gouli), Altera Pars (P. Nakos), Creta Di.Pe.The (G. Antonakis, Μ. Manousakis), Kinitiras (A. Gyra), Magikes Svoures (D. Adamis) and others.
He has taken part in the TV series: Red Circle, Niovi’s children, For Anna and others. He has taught acting in adults and children in Mikro Polytechnioand in the theatre group of Geitona’s Education Centre. From 2011 he coordinates the theatre group of the 2nd Voula Primary School and of the amateur group “South: art space and action”.