Tuesday 27/5/2014, 21:00, Department's Amphitheatre
Dimitris Dimitriadis is a playwright, poet and translator, born in Thessaloniki, 1944. His first play, The Price of the Resistance in the Black Market, was directed by Patrice Chéreau in 1968. Several of his works have been staged by Anne Dimitriadis, Stefanos Lazaridis, Yannis Houvardas and Yannis Kokkos. In 1978, he published his first novel, I’m Dying Like a Country. He has translated works by Genet, Bataille, Gobrowicz, Blanchot, Nerval, Balzac, Koltes, Moliere, Euripides, Aeschylus, Shakespeare, Courteline, T. Williams and others.