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From stage to page Interviews Vol.2

March 21, 2018

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vol. 2 This is the second publication by from stage to page, Vol.2 Interviews. Part I is a collection of interviews by 13 choreographers and 2 dance theorists. Part II is a follow up, an update from choreographers interviewed in Vol.1. Enjoy. Advertisements

Mariela Nestora-update

March 20, 2018

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What has happened since the last interview? A lot has changed since then. Overall it has been a time of collaborations, open calls, experimentations, theory and practice meetings, collectives and also of performing again myself. In the last interview I was about to start working on the project ‘Exactly what I wanted minus one’ based […]

Lenio Kaklea, adb

March 20, 2018

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Lenio Kaklea interview by from stage to page   Could you briefly introduce yourselves? I ‘m Lenio, I was born in Athens. In 2005 I moved to Paris. I practice dance and writing. I work both alone and in collaboration with others. I sometimes work in precarious conditions, sometimes in more stable ones. I’m influenced […]

Medie Megas, update

September 26, 2016

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What has changed since the last interview 2 years ago? last interview here In 2013 I started working on an international educational and artistic program (Unlimited Access) for dance and disability at the Onassis Cultural Foundation. I worked with a mixed group of people with and without physical and learning disabilities. This workshop opened up […]

Sofia Mavragani- FINGERSIX, update

September 26, 2016

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What has happened since the last interview 2 years ago? last interview here A lot. Concerning dance making, I have created four works: “Autogoal”, ‘The paradox of a future in the occidental paradigm’, “Τhe hero” and “SALOS”, which is a production of Athens & Epidaurus Festival 2016. ‘The paradox of a future in the occidental […]

Stefanie Tsakona, update

September 26, 2016

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What has changed since the last interview 2 years ago?  last interview here Since October 2013, my life has changed completely. I have stopped choreographing and I am now writing and directing plays. I wrote a children’s play ‘The magic history of books’. It deals with the history of books from the first findings (the […]

Elpida Orfanidou, update

September 26, 2016

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What has changed since the last interview 2 years ago? last interview here  In October 2013, an event changed my personal life and my work. My mother was ill and I returned to Greece to be close to her. During this time I did not do anything professionally. Three months later she passed away and […]