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& ODC Ensemble
This edited volume includes essays by theatre critics and researchers who have closely followed ODC Ensemble, outlining the company’s journey and evolution throughout the years of the Greek crisis. The collection includes photos documenting the Ensemble’s performances and testifying to its intricate relationship with the audience. The case of ODC Ensemble highlights how theatre relates to the concept of the crisis that unearths theatre’s explosive dynamics, its potential to challenge the status quo and regenerate a collective identity.
|Edited by||Dimitra Kondylaki|
|Copy Editor||Panos Astithas|
|Art Direction||Pantelis Makkas|
NEFELI Editions, 2018
The current publication is supported by EU and Creative Lenses: Business Models for Culture (2015-2019).
© 2018, ODC Ensemble, Vyrsodepseio
For me & ODC
This case study explores changes made by ODC Ensemble, as a result of thinking about its business model and the challenges encountered as part of the process.
Bethany Rex and Lucy Kimbell | Creative Lenses | Catalyst programme, Sweden, 2019
Catalogue of the Official Hellenic participation at the Prague Quadrennial of performance design and space, 2015.
Hellenic Centre of the International Theatre Institute
in the Age
Critical Stages: The IATC webjournal, June 2013, Issue No 8
Greece & Rome
How classical culture is transplanted into new contexts, how texts are translated and performed.
Lorna Hardwick, Oxford University Press, 2003
4th Summer Academy of the National Theatre of Greece
Fotolio & Typicon SA, 2003
Models to Manifestos
A conceptual Toolkit for Arts and Culture, Olivearte Cultural Agency, 2019
Journal of Greek Media &
Culture, Volume 3, Issue 2, October 2017
in a State of Emergency
ACAR – ITI Action Committee For Artists Rights, 2015
By Tenessee Williams, Co-translator with Athina Maximou, Sokoli-Kouledaki Editions, 2011
The Actor and the Target
Translator. Text by Decklan Donnelan, Nefeli Editions, 2010