Greek, Iranian theater experts to hold panel discussion on female characters
Art and Experience: The Greek stage star and director Katerina Evangelatou and Iranian director and writer Shokrekhoda Gudarzi will hold a joint panel discussion in Tehran in late January.
The panel discussion will be organized at the Amirkhani Hall of the Iranshahr Theater Complex on January 22 as part of the various programs arranged by the 36th Fajr International Theater Festival, the organizers announced on Tuesday.
Female characters in dramatic works created by literary luminaries of both Greece and Iran will be scrutinized at the panel discussion.
A graduate of the Greek National Theatre Drama School,
Evangelatou also studied philosophy at Athens University and the classical guitar at the Greek Conservatory.
She pursued postgraduate studies in theatre direction at the Russian Academy of Theater Arts in Moscow and at Middlesex University in the UK on an Onassis Foundation scholarship.
She has directed numerous plays, including “The Suicide Club”, “Revenge” and “The Glass Menagerie”.
Gudarzi has expertise in mythical and epic characters in the Persian dramatic texts.