World Theatre/Drama & Education Day - 27 November 2020


The Hellenic Theatre/Drama and Education Network (TENet-Gr) ordinary member of the International Drama/Theatre & Education Association‐IDEA invites teachers, artists, theatre studies teachers, students to participate in the celebration of the World Day for Theatre/Drama & Education on November 27th, as established in 2008.

Since its foundation in 1998, the Hellenic Theatre/Drama and Education Network has always aimed at providing assistance for the performing arts in order that they gain a central role in schools, and to contribute to the development of approaches and techniques, viewing theatre as an art form, as learning tool and as a tool for social intervention. All these aspects of theatre interconnect, reinforce and serve a common vision: an education that would contribute to the cultivation of creative people that would show sensitivity and empathy to what is going on in our days and they would continue to evolve and live harmoniously with one another.

In Greece, the World Theatre/Drama & Education Day - November 27 has been since 2008 the continuation of the yearly conference "Encountering New Challenges" which TENet-Gr was organizing every Fall since 1999, as well as of the "Theatre in Education Day" which it was celebrating from 2005 to 2007.


 

Celebrating World Theatre/Drama & Education Day 2020 

27-28-29 November 2020 (via teleconferencing)

"Facing new challenges 2020: Drama/Theatre and Education in adverse times"
& “The Quarantine Monologues” Action Day

Workshops – Forum Theatre Performance – Panel discussions
All sessions are free and will be delivered via the ZOOM platform


 

Programme

NOTICE: EET (Athens time)

Friday 27 November 2020

World Theatre/Drama & Education Day 2020 & “The Quarantine Monologues” Action Day

18:00 - 20:30 “YOU have them stay with you!” a Forum Theatre performance (language: Greek)
Jokering: Giorgos Bekiaris
Performing: Lampros Arapakos, Nikos Govas, Christina Krithari, Giorgos Moschos, Dionisis Pavlou

 

Saturday 28 November 2020

12:00 – 14:00 “The Quarantine Monologues – Meet the people beyond the book/ behind the project​”
Presentation of the book “The Quarantine Monologues – refugee youth write during the Covid-19 pandemic (language: Greek)

16:00 – 19:00 Workshops (language: Greek)

Workshop 1: “From Play to Theatre via the Internet”
Katerina Alexaki, theater practitioner and facilitator

Workshop 2: “A guided tour in the spaces of our everyday life”
Myrto Pigkou-Repousi, assistant professor, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Workshop 3: “With our thoughts and our dreams…”
Giouli Douvou, Drama/Theatre teacher- facilitator

Workshop 4: “Before the stage: research practices, human relations and the negotiation of trauma in Documentary Theatre”
Martha Bouziouri, theatre maker, social anthropologist, artistic director of the International Network of Documentary Theatre

 

Sunday 29 November 2020

10:30 – 12:00 “Drama and theatre in education in adverse times” - Web panel discussion (language: English)
Panelists: Robin Pascoe, President of the International Drama/Theatre and Education Association (IDEA) and Honorary Fellow Murdoch University, Australia, Ása Helga Ragnarsdóttir, Chairman of FLÍSS, The Icelandic Drama and Theatre in Education Association, Adjunct Emeritus, the University of Iceland, School of Education
Hosted by: Jenny Karavitou, president of the Board of Directors of the Hellenic Theatre/Drama & Education Network (TENet-Gr)

13:00 – 14:30 “Because ... our opinion matters!” Online discussion workshop about an active role of young people participating in activities of the Hellenic Theatre/Drama & Education Network - TENet-Gr (Language: Greek)
Giorgos Moschos, jurist, children and youth facilitator, former Children's Ombudsman

17:30 – 19:00 “Theatre in Greek schools today: current situation and future prospects” - Web panel discussion (Language: Greek)
Panelists: Maria Mentizi, drama teacher at the Serres Music School, Ioannis Poulios, primary school teacher, coordinator of School Activities at the Prefecture of Serres and Takis Tzamarias, theatre director, special academic staff at the Department of Primary Education, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. All participants are members of the Academic Committee for Arts Education of the Greek Ministry of Education and the Institute of Educational Policy.
Hosted by: Avra Avdi, deputy president of the Board of the Hellenic Theatre/Drama & Education Network (TENet-Gr)

 

Organizing Committee: Katerina Alexiadi, Avra Avdi, Dionysia Asprogeraka, Nadia Kati, Eirini Marna, Antigoni Tsarbopoulou, Hara Tsoukala.

Organized by the Hellenic Theatre/Drama & Education Network (TENet-Gr)
Partners: IDEA, IDEA-Europe, UNHCR Greece
Info ++30 210 6541600 / info@theatroedu.gr


World Theatre/Drama & Education Day 2020

"YOU have them stay with you!" - a forum theatre performance

"YOU have them stay with you!" - a forum theatre performance

Online, 27/11/2020, forum theatre plays

Event date: 11/27/2020 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM Export event


"YOU have them stay with you!" - a forum theatre performace 
for teachers, parents, youth facilitators, secondary education and university students
Friday 27 November 2020, online 
language: Greek

Joker:  Giorgos Bekiaris

Performed by Lampros Arapakos, Nikos Govas, Christina Krithari, Giorgos Moschos, Dionisis Pavlou

SHORT DESCRIPTION

"YOU have them stay with you!" is a forum theatre performance  offered in the context of the “it could be me - it could be you” project implemented by the Hellenic Theatre/Drama & Education Network (TENet-Gr) in collaboration with UNHCR Greece. The play debates issues such as solidarity, acceptance of “the other” and dealing with xenophobia. It addresses teenagers, teachers and members of the broader educational community and attempts to set the participants against personal and social attitudes, ideals, wishes and responsibilities, inviting them to intervene during the performance and offer solutions.

The workshop consists of three (3) parts:

  • Part A: games to warm up both body and mind introducing the tools and concepts that will follow.
  • Part B: Presentation of the play “YOU have them stay with you!” which is followed by a talk on the characters of the play through the  "hot seating" technique
  • Part C: The “Forum”, during which the play is replayed and the audience can intervene on stage trying, through improvisation, to empower the character who is in need and drive the story to an entirely different ending.

Produced by the Hellenic Theatre/Drama & Education Network / 2020

Organization: Hellenic Theatre/Drama & Education Network (TENet-Gr) in cooperation with the UNHCR Greece (the UN Refugee Agency)

For more information: 0030 2106541600 / humanrights@theatroedu.gr / www.TheatroEdu.gr

 

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