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She is a writer, awarded in Cyprus with the

2018 National Prize of Literature as Best New Writer

for her book “Dogs don’t bark in France|Sculpture”,

dramaturge, mostly collaborated with VASISTAS theater group

for Greek-French productions,

and stage director.

The play “A guide on how to prevent daily life accidents”

was her latest work in Athens.

In 2019 she was awarded the scholarship of European Theater Convention

as European Emerging Artist,

while she worked in Theater Magdeburg for "Düsterbusch, City Lights".

Her text “Utopia and Absence” was presented to Ejerslev Dreaming Festival in Denmark.

She is preparing her new theater project “Mortality Hooray”.


In 2005 she began her studies as a scholar student in the National Theater of Northern Greece

and she continued studying Theory of Theater, Acting, and Directing

at the Theater Department of the School of Fine Arts,

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki,

while she received an MA in Theater Studies.


Let’s imagine a natural ecstasy.

It’s not about the story, it’s about speeding the thought.

Scenic space as an area of aesthetic consistency,

working with terms of linguistic and visual collage, minimalism and precision,

questioning if art is able to reunite human vision with the perception of the world,

the mortality as eternity, the high risk of love,

the grief and the tenderness, the braveness and the present,

finding at the same time the sense of humor. 

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