For spectators attending the performances at Curium Ancient Theatre
Dear spectators and friends of the Festival,
In view of the upcoming performances of the Festival at Curium Ancient Theatre, we provide below important information for your convenience and for the smoothest run of the shows
1st – 30th of July 2018
Trojan Women by Euripides, directed by Andreas Christodoulides and produced by Theatro ENA, marks the opening of this year’s Festival, on the 1st of July at Paphos Ancient Oden, while more performances of the production will be held at Curium Ancient Theatre and at “Skali” Amphitheatre, in Aglantzia.
The organisers of the “International Festival of Ancient Greek Drama” announce an open call to all who are interested and wish to actively participate as volunteers in this important cultural institution and to join forces for the conduct of the twenty-second edition of the “2018 International Festival of Ancient Greek Drama”.
The performances will take place at Paphos Ancient Odeon, Curium Ancient Theatre and at “Skali” Amphitheatre in Aglantzia, from the 1st until the 30th of July 2018.
The Cultural Services of the Ministry of Education and Culture of Cyprus, the Cyprus Centre of the International Theatre Institute (CCOITI) and the Cyprus Tourism Organisation announce the productions that are selected to participate in the “2018 International Festival of Ancient Greek Drama”.
From the 1st until the 30th of July 2018, six theatre groups will present performances of ancient Greek drama at the Paphos Ancient Odeon, at the Curium Ancient Theatre and at the “Skali” Amphitheatre in Aglantzia:
The 7-member Selection Committee, responsible for the selected performances for participation in the “2018 International Festival of Ancient Greek Drama”, was composed by: two members representing the Cultural Services of the Ministry of Education and Culture: Nantia Stylianou, senior cultural officer/chair of the Committee and Aristodimos Anastasiades, cultural officer A’, two members representing the Cyprus Centre of the International Theatre Institute (CCOITI): Minas Tigilis, director, theatrologist, chairman of the Board of Directors of the CCOITI and Marios Constantinou, actor, secretary of the Board of Directors of the CCOITI, one member representing the Cyprus Tourism Organisation: Irena Epaminondou, tourism officer and two ex officio members who appointed by the Minister of Education and Culture: Achilleas Grammatikopoulos, actor, director and Antonis Petrides, associate professor at Open University of Cyprus.