Ancient Drama

«…Thus, we, the younger Greeks, have the great privilege of being able to live and distinguish, day by day, the forms, shapes, rhythms, sounds more or less as the simple ancient Greek lived and distinguished them, such as the Homer, Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides, Aristophanes lived and distinguished them, as the days went by, sometimes rich in events and sometimes simple, sometimes distressing and sometimes peaceful, while their mind and soul created their work. That’s why, if we want to interpret their theater creatively, let’s get closer and distinguish all that entered consciously or subconsciously into their souls, let’s get to know the great secrets revealed to them by nature, the sky, the sea, the stone, the sun, and man on that rock under that sun. These living elements, which are still around us today in this place, will help us to know and feel the thought and poetry in their work, much more than all the learned and wise knowledge and historical studies of the external form. of the ancient performance. »   Karolos Koun 

In today’s rapidly changing world, the concept of theater education has become increasingly important, offering individuals a wide range of benefits that enhance personal growth, professional development, and societal well-being

We have all been aware that the traditional methods of teaching are not enough in a modern school; creativity and innovation combined with communication skills have been essential in school life. And on the other hand we have understood the role of collaboration, which we try to inspire to our students.

In times of increased stress, teachers have to learn to balance multiple responsibilities, prioritize tasks, stay composed under pressure, and express themselves authentically.

 

Theater education remains relevant and valuable in any season, offering individuals a wide range of benefits that enhance personal growth, professional development, and societal well-being.

Our course “Ancient Drama” combines successfully the today’s school demands theoretically and practically, enriches teachers’ personal and professional lives, equipping them with a diverse set of skills and perspectives that enhance their effectiveness in the classroom. Theater education remains relevant and valuable in any season, offering individuals a wide range of benefits that enhance personal growth, professional development, and societal well-being.Our course “Ancient Drama” combines successfully the today’s school demands theoretically and practically, enriches teachers’ personal and professional lives, equipping them with a diverse set of skills and perspectives that enhance their effectiveness in the classroom

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