Director of the OEDIPUS REX performance by Sophocles, that opened the First International Alexandrinsky Theatre Festival. He directed Endspiel by Samuel Beckett (2014, New Stage, Alexandrinsky Theatre). He has recently directed Mother Courage by Bertolt Brecht at Vain stage of Alexandrinksy Theatre (2017).
Theodoros Terzopoulos is one of the Europe’s leading theater directors: since 1993, he is President of the International Committee of the Theater Olympiad. In 1985, he established the Attis Theater in Athens and organized the Delphi Meeting of Ancient Drama. In 1990, he founded and later became the head of the International Institute of Mediterranean Theaters. Terzopoulos was honored with many prestigious theater awards for his directions: “The Bacchae” were recognized the best performance at the Madrid and Malaga Festival (1987), “Persians” in Karakas, Montpelier and Barcelona (1992) and Lisbon (1993). Russian public knows Terzopoulos thanks to his performances directed for Alla Demidova: Muller’s “The Quartet,” Euripides’ “Medea,” and “Hamlet, a Lesson.”