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Athens News Agency: News in English, 08-01-17

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] Theatre exhibition in Chania

  • [01] Theatre exhibition in Chania

    An exhibition allowing visitors to explore the art of theatre in relation to other forms of art while following its course in history from the Classical Greek tragedies up to contemporary theatre has opened in Chania, Crete and will run until January 26. The exhibition "Theatre, the Art of Arts", which opened its doors to the public on Wednesday night, was put together by the Foundation of the Hellenic World. It projects architecture, set design, lighting, costumes, the use of masks, makeup and theatre forms with no actors (shadow puppet theatre, puppet theatre) as independent art forms and an integral part of theatre. Among the exhibits are material from theatre performances produced over the past 30 years as well as photographs of performances produced after WWII, while elementary and high school students will have the opportunity to attend educational programmes. Entrance is free. Caption: ANA-MPA file photo: View of Venetian port of Chania
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