Associate Professor of Ancient Drama, Department of Drama, School of Fine Arts, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She studied Classics at Ioannina and Bristol. Her research interests focus on the nature and function of the dramatic character in Greek tragedy, and the reception of ancient drama in Europe and in Greece.
She has worked as dramaturg in several theatre and dance theatre productions of ancient drama. She has translated, with Kostas Valakas, Sophocles’ Trachiniae for the National Theatre of Northern Greece (Epidavros 2004).
Recent publications include: “Between Texts and Contexts: Moderns Against Ancients in the Reception of Ancient Tragedy in Greece (1900-1930)”. In: Re-imagining the Past: Antiquity and Modern Greek Culture. Ed. D. Tziovas. OUP: Oxford, 2014. 209-226; The Person of Grief: Sophocles’ Electra Between Text and Performance [Το πρόσωπο του πένθους: η Ηλέκτρα του Σοφοκλή ανάμεσα στο κείμενο και την παράσταση]. Athens: Polis Editions, 2014.