Description: How can Ancient Drama be interactive? In this question we try to answer with a series of applications that support in an interactive way the performance of ancient drama. For the development of these applications, we rely on ancient Greek theories for speech (prosody recitation) and music. After briefly quoting how we developed these interactive tools, we will realize a performance where we will see and feel together this interactive act ...
City/place: Athens / Technopolis / Athens Science Festival Venue address: Technopolis City of Athens: 100 Peiraios st., Gazi
Performer/s: Participants: Petras George: Composer/Researcher, Tsagkarakis Panagiotis: Interactive Platform Implementation Design/Sound Design, Tsagkaraki Georgia: Actor/Performer, Spiliotopoulou Ifiyenia: Musician/Performer National and Kapodistrian University of Athens Anastasia Georgaki - associate professor
Contact: George Petras : firstname.lastname@example.org Anastasia Georgaki : email@example.com
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