Theater and Communication

Date & Time: May 30th, 2015 (09:00-14:00)
Venue: Auditorium 1, Department of History.

Since the ancient times, the art of theater has been a way to “teach” political ethos. Dialogue (dia-logos), being an essential element of both theater and Democracy, reveals a communication channel between the stage and the stalls. Theater as “public” space reflects, in the semiology of its art, the era and the society of the time, conversing with the contemporary man in a time when information overwhelms his life creating a new social environment, while also feeding back the contemporary art of the theater.

Seminars' Instructors
Anna Mavroleon

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