60 European citizens committed to creating theatre that proposes new storytelling experiences about the recent financial crisis.
Ioli Andreadi is a theatre director who specialises in devising, adaptations of ancient drama and new writing. She trained at the Greek Art Theatre Drama School, studied Theatre Studies (University of Athens), Cultural Management (MA, Panteion University) and directing (MA, RADA and King’s College London). She has received the 3rd Greek State Award for New Playwright 2005 and a Fulbright grant for Artists 2010/11 (New York Musical Theatre Festival). She has contributed to the leading Greek actress’s Katia Gerou’s book on acting “When the heartbeats change; Discussions on theatre with Ioli Andreadi” (2010). She is a founding member of the World Wide Lab, member of the Lincoln Center Theater Director’s Lab and a PhD Candidate at King’s College as an Alexander S. Onassis Foundation grantee. (London, UK)