9 April {Saturday}

Na Grobli Studio (Studio Space), 30/32 Na Grobli Street

The Method of Theodoros Terzopoulos

Work demonstration


Sat 9 April 2016, 15:00–16:30

Na Grobli Studio, Studio Space

Admission free

In English with Polish translation

The Method of Theodoros Terzopoulos

The process of rehearsal in Attis Theatre is not the performance of a dramatic concept; it is an adventure on a journey to the landscape of memory, a search for the lost keys of unity between body and speech, the word as a natural unity.
Heiner Müller, Berlin, 1987

The work demonstration is an introduction to the renowned and influential method of Theodoros Terzopoulos, which is being taught in international drama academies, drama schools and universities, and has inspired actors all over the world.

Savvas Stroumpos

Savvas Stroumpos was born in 1979 in Athens (Greece). In 2002 he graduated from the drama school of the National Theatre of Greece. In 2003 he received an MA in Theatre Practice from the University of Exeter, UK. From 2006 he worked as an assistant to director Theodoros Terzopoulos.

Theodoros Terzopoulos

Theodoros Terzopoulos was born in the village of Makrygialos. He attended K. Michailidis’ Drama School (1965–1967) in Athens and trained at the Berliner Ensemble, where he worked as an assistant director (1972–1976). He was Director of the Drama School of the State Theatre of Northern Greece (1981–1983) and Artistic Director of the International Meeting on Ancient Greek Drama in Delphi (1985–1988), to which he invited many leading figures in international theatre including Heiner Müller, Tadashi Suzuki, Min Tanaka, Anatoly Vassiliev, Robert Wilson, Andrzej Wajda.